Welcome to our PRAXIS weekend workshops for performing artists and people with movement experience.
The performance as a crime scene with Jassem Hindi
When: Sunday 24.4.2022 kl 11-16 Where: DansiT, Strandveien 33, Trondheim Price: 300 NOK Registration and info: firstname.lastname@example.org
The performance as a crime scene
This workshop is an introduction to applied research in the field of performance and dance. In this framework, time-based arts are a creative process used to unveil something new about a given subject: dance is a forensic, investigative tool, and the performance is a murder scene. How to create a performance that is intended to be a practice of collective imagination instead of using dance as the simple illustration of a pre-existing concept, or the aestheticization of a political display? We will depart from two practical examples: - the use of poems as choreographic and political landscapes for performance - Haunting and hospitality as techniques to approach ecological violence from a forensic perspective
Jassem Hindi is a performer, sound artist and teacher. He has studied philosophy and has been working in the field of dance and performance for over ten years. His strategy is to use broken objects, broken bodies and broken sounds, cast together by nervousness and necessity. His last three works focus on death poems as choreographic worlds. He has collaborated with choreographers Ligia Lewis, Mia Habib, Lara Kramer, Ida Larsen, Keith Hennessy, Ruairi Donovan, Ofelia Jarl Ortega, Rani Nair and many more.