Modul-dance's Blog (69)

Modul-dance facts and figures

Modul-dance ended in December 2014. We are pleased to share with you the hard facts and figures regarding the activities of this European cooperation project devoted to support the development of dance art artists.

20 partners

16 European countries

52 selected artists

44 research modules

120 residency modules

53 production modules

346 presentation modules

13 festivals

10 think tank

6 conferences

22 roadshow activities

20 film…

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Added by modul-dance on March 2, 2015 at 12:00pm — No Comments

Modul-dance final book

After four-years-and-a-half of development, modul-dance arrives to its end. Twenty dancehouses from sixteen countries had the chance to cooperate in a project with the aim to support development, mobility and exchange among dance artists under the umbrella of the European Dancehouse Network.



We are very proud of the work developed in the framework of this project, an example of best practice based on the commitment and the sustainable cooperation of its partners and…

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Added by modul-dance on March 1, 2015 at 12:00pm — No Comments

Modul-dance video documentary

We're glad to share with you all the documentary about modul-dance produced last November in the framework of the last modul-dance confence Conversations, that took place in Barcelona. The video contains an overview of the confererence as well as the modul-dance experience. Enjoy it!

Added by modul-dance on February 13, 2015 at 11:30am — No Comments

Europe, an artist's-eye view: City Guides collection



One of the modul-dance project key elements is the promotion of mobility, so that artists receiving its support follow itineraries across Europe to develop their creative work and present it to different audiences.

Modul-dance presents a collection of modul-dance city guides. Each of the guides in this collection shows a city from the viewpoint of a local artist,…

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Added by modul-dance on December 27, 2014 at 11:30am — No Comments

Modul-dance experience. By Emma-Cecilia Ajanki from The Mob

Modul-dance offers selected dance artists the time, space and economic structure to develop their work. Modul-dance has decided that the creative processes they encourage artists to embark on consists of four chapters; research, residency, production and last presentation. Each chapter with it’s own structure and economics surrounding them.

I didn’t get to do all modules within modul-dance, but none the less, I kept the form that was suggested to me to create within. The piece The Mob…

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Added by modul-dance on December 12, 2014 at 10:13am — No Comments

What next? By Emma Martin

Emma Martin_Tundra © Ros Kavanagh Conceiving and creating a new work is like capturing the detailed minutiae of a dream, except it’s in the future… I don’t think we surrender ourselves to the wild plains of our imagination enough. Art is about creating an elemental experience of life, which the audience is invited to participate in along with the performers.

Within modul-dance, I’ve had research modules at…

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Modul-dance experience. By Lili M

Lili M

How did the following aspects affected my work:

General:

What has affected my work more than anything in modul-dance could be summed up with the word "tailoring".

As I have joined modul-dance a little less than 2 years ago my main topic (apart from my project proposal) was how to tailor this opportunity to my real needs. I suspect modul-dance as a supporting…

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Added by modul-dance on December 12, 2014 at 10:00am — No Comments

What next? By Emma Martin

Emma Martin_Tundra © Ros Kavanagh

Conceiving and creating a new work is like capturing the detailed minutiae of a dream, except it’s in the future… I don’t think we surrender ourselves to the wild plains of our imagination enough. Art is about creating an elemental experience of life, which the audience is invited to participate in along with the performers.

Within modul-dance, I’ve had…

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Added by modul-dance on December 12, 2014 at 10:00am — No Comments

Interview with Lucy Suggate and Sònia Gómez

In 2012 MOM/ELVIVERO proposed Lucy Suggate and Sonia Gómez to collaborate in an artistic project. Dance Pals was the first phase of their work together within the Carte Blanche programme in the framework of the modul-dance project, invited by Dansehallerne (Copenhagen) and Graner (Barcelona). The inquisitive middle is a production of the TNT Festival (Terrassa), Sonia Gómez-Lucy Suggate and MOM/ELVIVERO. With the collaboration of Dansehallerne (Copenhagen),…

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Added by modul-dance on November 19, 2014 at 10:00am — No Comments

Interview with Irene Schröder

The German artist Irene Schröder visited Graner in October 2012 for a modul-dance Carte Blanche residency.

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Added by modul-dance on November 13, 2014 at 10:00pm — No Comments

Modul-dance experience. By Tina Valentan

Delovni naslov @ Move to Maribor

I was recommended by Plesna Izba Maribor as one of the modul-dance artists in 2012. They also promised to be the main producers of the performance and cover the premiere, so all I needed to get on board were at least three partners. I was seducing them in Barcelona and gave it all to catch their attention, which was not easy. It felt…

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Added by modul-dance on November 11, 2014 at 6:00am — No Comments

Modul-dance experience. By Sofia Dias & Vítor Roriz

satélites©s&v - Versão 6

When José Laginha, from Capa/Devir (a cultural structure in the sunny south coast of Portugal) introduced us to modul-dance network we knew very little of it, except that some other Portuguese choreographers (Tânia Carvalho and Cláudia Dias) had also been supported by it in the previous editions.

The meeting in Barcelona, in November 2012, was the first moment we…

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Added by modul-dance on November 10, 2014 at 6:00am — No Comments

Interview with Leja Jurišić

Leja Jurišić talks about Ballet of Revolt during this interview done in October 2012.

Art has always been a response to the return or repressed unconscious elements at individual and social level. Every crisis should be a reminder to us of the importance of thinking about the future. A crisis almost always results from earlier failures to deal with an emerging problem or to anticipate a likely…

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Added by modul-dance on November 10, 2014 at 12:00am — No Comments

"School of moon", new project by Eric Minh Cuong Castaing / Cie. Shonen

The modul-dance selected artist Eric Minh Cuong Castaing / Cie. Shonen is working on a new project. Entitled "School of moon", it will be a performance for 10 children, 6 robots nao and 2 dancers. The project is a metaphor for a new world colonized by miniature bodies, evocating a world of tomorrow. This dream resizes the stage, which is changed by the use of new technology too. This cel- ebration of the construction of a micro-society, between robotics and pagan dance, questions our im-…

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Added by modul-dance on November 9, 2014 at 6:42am — No Comments

Meeting the ghost. By Antje Pfundtner

Antje Pfundtner_Nimmer for kids © Anja Beutler (2)

When I first heard about modul-dance and realised that 20 European dance houses would be taking part in this project I thought I’d struck the jackpot.

However, on a personal level, modul-dance remained a ghost in my eyes. Indeed, I did have my 3 partners with all of whom I had shared unquestionably fruitful experiences.

But somehow it…

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Added by modul-dance on November 9, 2014 at 6:00am — No Comments

Interview with Tina Tarpgaard

Danish choreographer Tina Tarpgaard was proposed for the modul-dance project by Dansehallerne Copenhagen and was selected in 2010. In this interview, done during the modul-dance conference that took place in Tilburg in October 2012, she talks about her experience within modul-dance and the project developed, entitled Living Room.

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Added by modul-dance on November 4, 2014 at 2:00pm — No Comments

Interview with Jasmina Križaj

Slovenian dance house Plesna Izba Maribor proposed Jasmina Križaj for modul-dance with the project The Very Delicious Piece. She talks about its development in this interview, done in October 2012 during the modul-dance conference that took place in Tilburg.

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Added by modul-dance on October 31, 2014 at 10:30am — No Comments

Interview with Mala Kline

Mala Kline is one of the modul-dance artists selected in 2011. Her project, entitled Eden has been awarded in Slovenia. She was proposed for the modul-dance project by Kino Šiška Ljubljana. Interview done during the modul-dance conference that took place in Tilburg in October 2012.

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Added by modul-dance on October 27, 2014 at 10:30am — No Comments

Coraline Lamaison. By Bertram Müller

Coraline Lamaison_Narcissus

 

By Bertram Müller, Director of Tanzhaus NRW Düsseldorf.

The production process and the guest performance of Narcisses by Coraline Lamaison (France) was an excellent and instructive example of a European coproduction within the frame of the modul-dance project. The respective parts of the trilogy, which deals with the phenomenon of female narcissism in…

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Added by modul-dance on October 20, 2014 at 2:30pm — No Comments

Interview with Liz Roche

Interview with Irish choreographer Liz Roche done in Tilburg in October 2012. In the framework of modul-dance she developed Body and Forgetting.

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Added by modul-dance on October 17, 2014 at 11:30am — No Comments

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