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Created for participants of the workshop MotionBank and other Choreographic Media Tools at HZT Berlin.
November 18th to December 1st 2013
Location: HZT Berlin
Latest Activity: Dec 23, 2013
In this workshop several choreographic media tools will be introduced and worked with. Among those are digital publications of recent years:
The contents of these digital dance and choreography tools all have their origin in the choreographic and dance practice.
How can these ideas/ contents be transferred back into the studio and how can individual questions and interests be formulated towards these propositions?
After short introductions during the first days, the focus will be on a practice lead exploration of these tools.
The structure of the workshop will be that about 2 hours per day is used to introduce and exchange some of the tools' ideas, working with them in a larger group. The other 2 hours per day will be used for working within small groups on finding ways into the material of each tool and how this material can be integrated, adapted and further extended within ones' own choreographic and dance practice.
The aim of the workshop is to find individual ways of using the tools and - resulting
￼￼￼￼from this process - to formulate specific questions that you have towards a tool and the ideas and concepts within it. The final part of the workshop will be an (optional) excursion to Frankfurt to a large gathering at the "Motion Bank final event", in which also other artists and student groups will participate. The event includes the launching/ presentation of the Motion Bank score of Jonathan Burrows.
More info: http://motionbank.org
Led by Nik Haffner and Marlon Barrios Solano
This is an online component supporting the workshop with new internet architectures for collaboration.
I is also conceived a a development phase for a meta-academy pilot on the same topic to be launched in Spring 2014
See this visualisation the evolution of the content and resources:
Started by Monika Dorniak. Last reply by Monika Dorniak Dec 23, 2013. 3 Replies 0 Likes
Ahoj everyone,this is the place to upload your memories and documentations from our gathering in Frankfurt.*Continue
Started by Marlon Barrios Solano. Last reply by Monika Dorniak Dec 1, 2013. 1 Reply 0 Likes
Create a collaborative mind map of what you consider relevant: concepts, reflections, connections, links, etc. This is a co-creation activity that we suggest to follow contribute after every session.The system allows revisions.…Continue
Tags: mapping, mind, collaborative
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Post here all the images that you want to share about the workshop or relevant to the topics.We suggest to comment to add some text to the image. What is the image about? what was going on? why it is important for you?Continue
Started by Marlon Barrios Solano. Last reply by Marlon Barrios Solano Nov 27, 2013. 1 Reply 1 Like
In this workshop we are investigating the transmission of choreographic knowledge and movement ideas with the use of tools and methodologies developed by specific practitioners and simultaneously, we are experimenting with networked environments as…Continue
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This is the place where we can place all the harvested video materials from the sessions or relevant.You can react with another video or with text.Upload your videos in any video sharing website: YouTube, Vimeo, etc.The use the embedding…Continue
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what questions have emerged? how can you apply the tool in your practice? what is choreography then?Can choreography be decoupled from dance? how do we transmit our practices? how can I do it with digital technologies?You can include images here if…Continue
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