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Artistically Speaking: With Clear Steps Into the Future

Research profile seminar

Most artistic processes involve intensive practice and innovative thinking. As a college of the arts, where educators are also trained, we want to contribute to a conscious development of didactics, music and stage production. Participants in the evening¿s discussion include guests with personal experience in developing works, guided not only by the results, but also by the creative process. The audience will also meet representatives from alternative academies. Bar & refreshments.

Moderator: Petra Frank. The discussion will be held in English.

Participants:

Alma Söderberg
Choreographer and artist working with music and dance. In her works, she uses her voice and body to play in the room as if it were an instrument, and examine how we listen while we see. She has worked on this practice in a number of solo performances. Currently, she is working on a series of group performances that start with the trio "Entangled Phrases", the first where she invites other artists (Anja Muller and Angela Peris Alcantud) to work in the practice she has developed for her solo performances. Also currently working as one of three new choreographers at the Cullberg Ballet.

Jan Pieter Koch
Studied musicology and classical guitar in Utrecht and composition and etno-musicology in Amsterdam. In 1997 he started as musical advisor for ballet productions. He collaborated with choreographers such as Hans van Manen, Juanjo Arques, Ted Brandsen and Krzysztof Pastor. At the NDT he advised Alexander Ekman for his ballets "Cacti" (2012) and "Maybe Two" (2013) and Marco Goecke for "Wir sagen uns dunkles" (2017). As musical dramaturg he realised the Music theater productions "Alice" and "Hans en Grietje" in collaboration with Orkater and The Dutch Ballet Orchestra. In 2017 he was musical adviser of the production Skyggespill that the Dutch director Dagmar Slagmolen made with the Norwegian Chamber orchestra.
In 2016 he won the international Yam-Award for "Creatures", a project of the Urban Dance-Group "Ish" and the Dutch Ballet Orchestra. Since 2015 he teaches Music Theatre at ArtEZ in Arnhem.


Johan Söderman
Associate Professor at the Department of Education, Communication and Learning, GU. His research interests concern societal, educational, aesthetic / musical and cultural implications on children and youth culture, social movements, civil society, adult learning and popular education.

Aleksander Motturi
Author, playwright, philosopher and founder of the Clandestino Institut, an alternative culture and education project in Gothenburg. Through a broad international network of researchers, writers, artists and cultural producers, perspectives on knowledge and culture are conveyed. The method is transcending art space based on contemporary literature, art and music. In addition to lectures, art exhibitions and concerts, the Clandestino Festival is held annually since 2003.

Date: 4/8/2019

Time: 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Categories: Art

Organizer: Högskolan för scen och musik

Location: Artisten, Fågelsången 1

Fee: Fri entré, ej biljetter

Contact person: evenemang@hsm.gu.se

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