Landing Sites video documentation

This video documents a part of the Landing Sites project, inspired by the works and lives of the artist/architect duo Arakawa and Gins. The video is by Kathrine Fallmyr and Heidi Jessen. It is from a presentation of the project at Oslo National Academy of the Arts, Dec 2013, where the public experienced two different renditions of explorations of Arakawa and Gins work.
– see Landing sites log book category for all posts on the project.

 

Field trip to Tokyo

Landing Sites – a further-field pursuit of new tools for choreography


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From 20 – 28 October 2013 Amanda Steggell (prof.), Solveig Styve Holte, Katherine Fallmyr, Heidi Jessen (MA choreography) and Tormod Carlsen (MA directing) will travel for a week’s residency/ field trip at the Reversible Destiny Lofts in Mitaka, a suburb of Tokyo. The lofts are  built by the artists and architects Arakawa and Gins. The residency is the first of a two-part workshop for exploring the body’s capacity to co-create event-spaces with any given environment.
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Landing Sites

– a further-field pursuit of new tools for choreography

Amanda Steggell 2013

RDL

Research should no longer be done off to one side, in a school, a library or laboratory. Where one lives needs to become a laboratory for researching, for mapping directly, the living body itself, oneself as a world-forming inhabitant. (Arakawa and Gins)


1. SUMMARY

I will travel with Solveig Styve Holte, Kathrine Fallmyr, Heidi Jessen (MA choreography) and Tormod Carlsen (MA theatre directing)  for a week’s residency/ field trip at the Reversible Destiny Lofts in Mitaka, a suburb of Tokyo. The lofts are  built by the artists and architects Arakawa and Gins. The residency is the first of a two-part workshop for exploring the body’s capacity to co-create event-spaces with any given environment.

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