tanzschreiber : writing on dance : three views on instant composition

“Common Ground”, Ingo Reulecke © Claudia Rühle Three Views on Instant Composition by Sasha Amaya, 8. December 2018 Three improvisations between musicians and dancers at the monthly Common Ground series provide different approaches to instant composition. Berlin is host to

tanzschreiber : writing on dance : three views on instant composition

“Common Ground”, Ingo Reulecke © Claudia Rühle Three Views on Instant Composition by Sasha Amaya, 8. December 2018 Three improvisations between musicians and dancers at the monthly Common Ground series provide different approaches to instant composition. Berlin is host to

4.5 : writing on dance : ligia lewis

Ligia Lewis: Water Will (in Melody). 2.12.18, HAU 2, Berlin. I cannot tell you all of the references, but I can see them, like trees in a forest whose names I do not know, and I can hear what they

4.5 : writing on dance : ligia lewis

Ligia Lewis: Water Will (in Melody). 2.12.18, HAU 2, Berlin. I cannot tell you all of the references, but I can see them, like trees in a forest whose names I do not know, and I can hear what they

FACE THE PAST! Interventions at the Glyptoteket

Photos: Henrik Bjørn Bertelsen TRAVERS: FACE THE PAST Interventions at the Glyptoteket Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek Dantes Plads 7 København 1 December 2018 For more information on Ny Carlsberg Glyptoteket, click here.  

FACE THE PAST! Interventions at the Glyptoteket

Photos: Henrik Bjørn Bertelsen TRAVERS: FACE THE PAST Interventions at the Glyptoteket Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek Dantes Plads 7 København 1 December 2018 For more information on Ny Carlsberg Glyptoteket, click here.  

tanzschreiber : writing on dance : kat válastur on the strangeness of species

“Stellar Fauna”, Kat Válastur © Leon Eixenberger The Strangeness of Species by Sasha Amaya, 26. November 2018 Kat Válastur’s new work brings together sculpture, performance, and video to give perspective on our human experience. This October, sound and radio artist

tanzschreiber : writing on dance : kat válastur on the strangeness of species

“Stellar Fauna”, Kat Válastur © Leon Eixenberger The Strangeness of Species by Sasha Amaya, 26. November 2018 Kat Válastur’s new work brings together sculpture, performance, and video to give perspective on our human experience. This October, sound and radio artist

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Highlights of the Week: Lola Arias, Mary Beard, and Sculpting Trond

Ane Cortzen and Mary Beard in conversation, 30.11.18. Photo: Rine Rodin. Highlights of a very busy week at the Glypoteket include a screening of The Theatre of War, plus discussions and feedback, from Lola Arias, an inspiring, punchy, and learned

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Highlights of the Week: Lola Arias, Mary Beard, and Sculpting Trond

Ane Cortzen and Mary Beard in conversation, 30.11.18. Photo: Rine Rodin. Highlights of a very busy week at the Glypoteket include a screening of The Theatre of War, plus discussions and feedback, from Lola Arias, an inspiring, punchy, and learned

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In Residence at the Glyptoteket

The Travers group makes its research home at the Ny Carlsberg Glyptoteket. “What is Glyptoteket? Marble statues and masterpieces, mummies and Mediterranean moods. With its unique blend of art and magnificent architecture, Glyptoteket is a place for active contemplation and

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In Residence at the Glyptoteket

The Travers group makes its research home at the Ny Carlsberg Glyptoteket. “What is Glyptoteket? Marble statues and masterpieces, mummies and Mediterranean moods. With its unique blend of art and magnificent architecture, Glyptoteket is a place for active contemplation and

TRAVERS: FACE THE PAST Begins at Copenhagen’s Glyptoteket

A CROSS-ART JOURNEY “Where do we turn if we want to work across artistic movements and disciplines? How do we find the yet-undiscovered communities that inhabit the cross-art interface? How do we liberate our artistic practice? TRAVERS is a multidisciplinary project that

TRAVERS: FACE THE PAST Begins at Copenhagen’s Glyptoteket

A CROSS-ART JOURNEY “Where do we turn if we want to work across artistic movements and disciplines? How do we find the yet-undiscovered communities that inhabit the cross-art interface? How do we liberate our artistic practice? TRAVERS is a multidisciplinary project that