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Dear Rocio, Franzie and Marlon. I watched the 8th tension show from Rosalind Goldberg and I know Rocio was there too. I'm happy to do something about the show I and I have a small idea for us. Video interview + experiment. The piece was based on a practice.. maybe we could see if we can be invited to try this practice and interview her/them based on some of their practice rules (if they are possible to translate to talking - visuals etc). This made me think of that it's nice to try to experiment with how we meet the artists, or how we interview the artists in relation to what the pieces are giving us as keys/clues.. meaning it could be nice to enter the world of the respective artists and meet them there.
that would be awesome...
have you talked to her?
I sent her a message in facebook and I have not heard back.
I will be at Arsenal tomorrow at 1pm. from 1 to 5pm.
I was not present in the interview nor I have been able to see it.
I like the potential of the word game.
So how does it work for this afternoon? I have just seen this message. So we are going to join their practice? Are you still coming Charlotta. Let me know how should I prepare. Are they waiting to do something with us? Who is documenting if we join the practice? nice idea by the way.
Could each one of you give me three words from the 1st interview that you spontaneously think of in relation to what they answered and 2 words dealing with/describing how it was to communicate with them.
I will do an analogue word game with you.. step 2 will follow once I have the answers:-)
yes, trying to think of the meta of the meta lab since I am unfortunately a bit absent this week.. so my initiatives have to take different shape:-) Hope it brings something good!
I reply from what I remember, as I couldn't watch the videos yet.
1)Creation from sensation and music
2)Working with materials
regarding the interview communication
Don't think too long answer a new word that get into your mind when you see the two last words: