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Date & Time: 27/08/2022 15:00 - 18:00
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This workshop is about reflection from a feminist perspective. Through guided meditation, experimental music, writing and dance-improvisation the participants visit new thought models that touches ones own existence. Focus on the body´s organ in a calm state and references to controversial authors and performance artists as Virginia Woolf and Marina Abramovic are woven together.
As participant you dont need any pre-knowledge about mediation and dance. Just motivation to learn something new. We will start in a calm way by laying down on the floor, listen to music and guided meditation. Then we will do a written reflection each one by her/him self. At end we will do a dance improvisation based on earlier thoughts and reflection.
Bring your favorite notebook and comfortable clothes that you can both rest and move in!
Meditation: Ellinor Ljungkvist
Music: Annelie Nederberg
Thanks to Köttinspektionen Uppsala, Weld Stockholm, Teater Martin Mutter Örebro, DansPlats Skog Gävleborg, Fryshuset Stockholm och Inter-University Centre for Dance Berlin for presentation.
The project is supported by stipendium av SrD – Samrådet för regional dansutveckling and The Swedish Art Council for international cultural exchange.
Photo: Vasilis Pargoutzis
The choreographer Ellinor Ljungkvist is educated Salzburg Experimental Academy of Dance, Inter-University Centre for Dance Berlin and Master in choreography at the University of the Arts Stockholm. på Dans- och cirkushögskolan i Stockholm. She hold a csholarship from Studienstiftung de deutschen volkes Tyskland, SrD – Samrådet för regional dansutveckling Sweden, Adolf Lindgren and Örebro läns kulturstipendium.
The music and sound artist Annelie Nederberg is educated at Strömbackaskolan Piteå, Gotlands tonsättarskola, Göteborg konsthögskola De Montfort University in music, teknologi, drama, and Master in research and composition at the De Montfort University i England and PhD in composition at University of Surrey. Annelie is experimenting with different sounds beyond that she is working as a professor at University of the Arts Stockholm.
Weld is supported by Stockholms Stad, the Swedish Arts Council and the Stockholm County Council.