Jeannette Ginslov

61, Female

Dundee

United Kingdom

Profile Information:

Joining date:
November 6, 2011
Do you want this account to represent:
organization
If you are representing an organization, what is the name of the organization:
Screendance Africa (Pty) Ltd
If you are representing an organization, what kind of organization?
Company, Presenter, Festival, Producer, University, Education, Media, other
Which other?
Curator, Researcher
First Name (Required: even if you are representing an organization you must use your name)
Jeannette
Last Name (Family Name)
Ginslov
About Me (human/individual)/interests, work..short bio/ THis is the most important. It is the only way to know that you are not a SPAMBOT!Be generous!
I am a specialist in Dance on Film, for Augmented Reality and Screen. Currently a PhD candidate at the London South Bank University, School of Arts and Creative Industries and Applied Science. I hold an MSc in Media Arts & Imaging from the Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design (Distinction) and an MA in Choreography from Rhodes University South Africa.

Director & Curator for Screendance Africa and an interdisciplinary artist creating Screendance as choreographer, director, editor and producer.

Currently collaborating with Susan Kozel on the Screendance and AR projects: "AffeXity" (since 2011)and from 2017 "Somatic Archiving" together with Icelandic Choreographer Margrét Sara Guðjónsdóttir based in Berlin. Both projects are for the Living Archives Research Project at Malmö University.

I facilitate Screendance and AR workshops and lectures at festivals and universities internationally: USA, UK, South Africa, Sweden, Germany, Denmark, Rwanda, Brazil, Portugal & Hong Kong.
Personal/professional Website:
http://www.jginslov.com/
Occupation ( maximum of three):
Interactive designer (video and sound installations/ performances and networked spaces), Video and film (screen-dance), Academic Educators (formally teaching and researching in a university)
which other:
Interdisciplinary performer
Organization Website:
http://www.facebook.com/screendanceafrica/
Which other:
Danish, French

Comment Wall:

  • Andy Wood

    Hi Jeanette. Check out the BBC Big Screens (in many cities across the UK) which sometimes feature dance videos and are a quick way to mainstream audiences. I think they are attracted to dance stuff cos it's relatively immediate and the audiences tend to 'encounter' the screens in passing. I know the Leeds screen are always on the look out for new and non commercial content... as for cinemas, you may have some luck with the small independents but i doubt that the major chains will even talk to you. Best.
  • Andy Wood

    no organisation that admins this idea that i know of but maybe there's a new project for someone (?) Maybe i could mention this at the next Moves Board meeting. As for BBC BIG SCREENS MOves had its touring program on there... i also had stuff featured at Leeds, Bradford and Manchester. I know the guy that runs Leeds pretty well can supply you with contact if you like? best
  • Andy Wood

    PS. has the deadline for Montage gone?
  • Lutz Gregor

    Hi Jeanette, I love Sandys review - it tells more about the eye of the viewer than the work, as all critics do.
    But what the hell is the 'chthonic realm', have never been there? I think the work, especially the slo-mo, allows lots of projection on it.
    Best regards Lutz
  • VICTOR EZE OKWUCHUKWU

    Thanks a million
  • VICTOR EZE OKWUCHUKWU

    Hello Jeannette
    Sorry to have kept silence since you proposed that wonderful workshop idea. I have been very busy as the Director on "OLURONBI" The African Dance Musical, coming up this December 4th & 6th.
    I have presented your proposal to the Dance Guild of Nigeria (GOND-National) coupled with some Nollywood Guilds and Associations and they are happy about the idea. However, we have some constraints, most especially in the area of FUNDING. So, I want to ask if you can help us get a sponsor who can take care of your Round-Trip Ticket, Feeding and Remuneration or Fee. We can take care of Accommodation, Venue, Media and other dance materials needed for the project.
    On a second note, What date are you looking at? We have to work based on your time.
    Thanks a lot
    Victor Eze Okwuchukwu
    CEO: Vickezo Productions
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  • Benedito Fernando Cossa

    new year, all the best for you, I'm fine
    nice blog
    are your fine?
  • Jeannette Ginslov

    Hi Benedito!!! I'm great. All the very best for 2010...hope we bump into each other again some day!! xj
  • VICTOR EZE OKWUCHUKWU

    Hello Jeannette
    I can see you are doing some great works.
    Did you get the Dance Guild's Materials I sent you?
    If so what next?
    Thanks
    Victor Eze Okwuchukwu
    www.vickezo.net.istemp.com
  • Jeannette Ginslov

    Hi Victor, Yip got the budget. This will take some time! Its quite a lot we need. But lets keep at it! best Jeannette
  • Jamie Jewett

    Thanks for the comment Jeannette - Auslander is quite an old piece now - 2001
    I posted it more from a retrospective point of view than as current work....
    the music is quite well known - Henryk Górecki Symphony No. 3, Op. 36 featuring the soloist Dawn Upshaw....
    all best
    Jamie
  • bux

    hi jeannette
    thx for your fiend request!
    keep'n touch
    bux
  • Bruno Heynderickx

    Carte Blanche's address:
    Nøstegaten 119
    5011 Bergen
    Norway

    Cheers
  • Leon Daniel

    Great that you like it!
    That was just a spontaneous trial with a photo-camera and I used it in an experimental short movie.
    I do have some more films but in October I will begin to study film at the art-academy, then the number of my films will sourly increase.
    Leon
  • VICTOR EZE OKWUCHUKWU

    You are finally welcome to Dance Africa Sister. Please make contributions as you deem fit. We are still hoping on WORKING TOGETHER, REMEBER?
  • wolf dancer

    very cool. thanks for invite
  • Fernando de Miguel

    here I am!!!
    loved the sound moves video!
    see ya