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Studiekretz #4 with Marcus Doverud & Liv Strand

September 1, 2017 |

 

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9th of September 3 pm – 4:30 pm at c.off, Körsbärsvägen 9, Stockholm.
Studiekretz #4 is arranged as a part of My Wild Flag festival.
To book your place for the performance, sign up here

Studiekretz #4: Tja chat, tjena chien, concerning mimetic displacement - departs from mime as a concept and a form of delivery. How something can be brought to experience and understood coexists with what it is to expose something through embodying it. Giving it another body. Basic to mime is that another body, the imitating one, show a facet of what is mimed. The displacement that mime brings about has to do with embodiment and understanding. In Tja chat, tjena chien, concerning mimetic displacement imitation also operates via stories we tell.

Studiekretz is an informal program series that is proposed as an experiment by c.off during 2017. It departs from the concept of study circles and aims to provide and employ a space for alternative knowledge production, mutual learning processes and non-hierarchical social commons, to make further room for participants to reprocess, articulate and alter critical thinking within a discursive environment. Studiekretz #4 invites you to a collective investigation of an alternative conversation format.

Credits: c.off, Revolve performance festival (Uppsala), Inter Arts Center (Malmö)

Marcus Doverud & Liv Strand has collaborated since seven great years.

Marcus Doverud is working as a dancer, choreographer and teacher. He graduated from the Stockholm Academy of Dramatic Arts and studied aesthetics and philosophy at Södertörn University College. His work moves between different stages dealing with bodily, spatial and sonic utterances and their interrelations. The performance ‘renaissance prenaissance’ (2015) revolved around sampling and choreographic staging of music. In 2016 the dance piece ‘cool cool uncool and loving warm’ was made together with dancer Emma Daniel (FR). marcusdoverud.com

Art for Liv Strand is a practice for physical materials to think along the unfolding of understanding. Understanding as explaining relations, and language. Processes and performances contiguous to matter, forming subjective suggestions as sculptures and installations. Collaborations function as capacities for negotiation, concerning ways of doing together, and the topology of hierarchies. She has exhibited at Kunsthal Nikolaj, Copenhagen, Haus am Waldsee, Berlin, and Verkstad konstall, Norrköping. livstrand.com

 

 

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