Amphibious Moves. Choreographies of littoral landscape.

Residential workshop
Maihaugen Open Air Museum

12.04.2018: Opening seminar, Oslo National Academy of the Arts.
16.04-04.05.2018: Maihaugen Open Air Museum; Lillehammer, Norway.
04.05.2018: Final presentation, Sensitive Chaos.

Participants:
Course leader: Amanda Steggell, in cooperation with Hans-Jørgen Wallin Weihe and Brynjar Åbel Bandlein.
Master students of choreography: Kyuja Bae, Katarina Skår Lisa, Thomas Prestø and Otto Ramstad.

Description:
This is a residential workshop located around the ponds of Maihaugen open-air museum, one of the most visited tourist attractions in Lillehammer. The thematic ‘Pond’, coming from the Amphibious Trilogies NARP project, will be explored within this cultural landscape. Read More

Siting choreography in landscape

– a basic choreographic research of littoral zones in Oslo’s inner city harbour area.
Based alongside the sea at The Maritime Cultural Heritage Centre, Akershustranda, Oslo.
April-May 2016.

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Memory map of sound and sight walks

What insights of choreography in everyday life may be garnered through gaze and conversation when moving through littoral landscapes? What kinds of choreographic situations can be made when responding to this question on an everyday basis? How may these choreographic situations emerge, be practiced and conveyed to audiences?

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Alone Together

Alone Together.
Siting choreography in the landscape

Students on the master course in choreography are launching ALONE TOGETHER – a web based presentation of choreographic research in the littoral zone in the centre of Oslo!

Through the four-week workshop ‘Siting choreography in the landscape’, the students have been working with these questions:

What insights of choreography in everyday life may be garnered through gaze and conversation when moving through littoral landscapes? What kinds of choreographic situations can be made when responding to this question on an everyday basis? How may these choreographic situations emerge, be practiced and conveyed to audiences?

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