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Documentation as performance
Transcript of Documentation as performance
KISSING THE BOOK
Build upon existing scores -->
Dance is seen as temporal and ephemeral.
Documents are typically seen as textual, tangible and long-lasting.
Challenging this binary division.
How could a performance document/document perform?
Piece is the process - exposes how something is assembled.
Take it further....
Using more people.
Expanding mediums of documentation - paint and video.
Simultaneous streamed performance across countries.
Short collection of creative writings.
Document as performance.
Performance in and of itself.
Left in public spaces (buses, cafes, trains).
MYSTERY and CURIOSITY.
Who is it for?
Anyone who is curious.
Anyone who likes performance.
Anyone who likes reading.
Anyone who is willing to pick it up and engage with it.
GCSE or A Level students.
Brighton based schools: BHHS, BHASVIC also Brighton College, Varndean and Sussex Downs.
Experience as Teaching Assistant.
Games (as a tool for learning).
Integrating dance with other mediums and subjects.
Strategies and tools for creation.
First professional research and presentation.
Establish myself and set up network.
Pave the way for future projects.
Maintain physical development.
Summer workshop and class in Brussels - Mårten Spångberg and David Hernandez.
Waiting responses from:
Follow up on those still waiting to hear from.
Finalise workshop plan, depending on age of group.
Sort out DBS.
Scene combines theoretical and conceptual interests with physical moving.
More viable scene for smaller projects.
: government provided support.
Project will help establish networks and contacts for future.
Inform the dance art form and its development.
Expand notions of documentation.
Offer writers/archivists new ways of approaching documenting.
Expand notions of performance.
Versatile audience + element of fun.
Feed into research for performance.
Help understand how to tailor the work to different audiences.
Discussions with mentor plus artists.
Research at PAF, France.
Solo Salon, Brussels
Sign 6, Brussels
Loona Nights, Copenhagen
Danish National School of Performing Arts, Copenhagen.
Performance, creative books and workshops.
Attract commissioning money from festivals and venues.