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Tidligere kursus 2014

Truth & Dare

- A symposium examining the concept of truth & dares in contemporary performing art practice.

©Yves Klein, ADAGP, Paris Photo credit: Harry Shunk-John Kender Photograph Shunk-Kender © Roy Lichtenstein Foundation

Could the social game of truth or dare be an analogy and first prototype for what modern social play performance art seeks to investigate today? What is truth? And what are we willing to dare? The participants will work concretely and creatively with exciting new expressions and working methods within post-dramatic & post-spectacular theatre & dance - challenging the theme, themselves and the performing arts.

Performances:

DIRECTORY : EUROPE ENDLESS by Deufert & Plischke
NO TIME FOR ART by Laila Soliman
THIS IS NOT MY VOICE SPEAKING by Ant Hampton and Britt Hatzius

Workshops:

Hit and Run, what's the point?  - Laila Soliman & Ruud Gielens (EG/BE)

Raising Voice in Public Space - Ant Hampton & Edit Kaldor (UK/NL)

Art as Hermaphroditism - Kattrin Deufert & Thomas Plischke (DE)

Gestures, an Outset for Choreographic Scores – Selma Ouissi & Sofiane Ouissi  (TN)

The Garden of earthly delights - Dorte Holbæk & Derek Lesher (DK/USA)

Keynote:

Anders Fogh Jensen (DK)

PROGRAM

Some parts of the program will be open for visitors Wednesday and Saturday

Moderators: 

Cecilie Ullerup Schmidt & Andreas Liebmann (DK/CH)

Cecilie Ullerup Schmidt directs, performs, curates and writes in the field between cultural critique, philosophy and performance. In 2009 she finished her MA in Comparative Literature and Modern Cultural Studies in Copenhagen. In 2004 she studied at Theatre Science at FU Berlin. In 2007-08 she was a guest student at the department for Applied Theatre Studies in Giessen.
Cecilie is working in the Danish, German and Swiss performance scene. She is continously collaborating with the collectives Monster Truck and deufert+plischke, the performer Ana Berkenhoff and the director Boris Nikitin. With Lucie Tuma she holds the artist duo named Chuck Morris, who performed a royal-blue audience ‘souvereines’ at the Freischwimmer Festival in Vienna, Zürich, Düsseldorf, Hamburg and Berlin.
She is continously teaching at the Institute for Art and Cultural Studies in Copenhagen. Since autumn 2011 she is artistic research associate at the BA “Contemporary dance, Context, Choreography” at HZT Berlin.

Andreas Liebmann

Author, Performer, Stage Director

Andreas Liebmann studied at the Acting Academy in Zurich from 1993 to 1997. After spending some years as an actor at municipal theaters and on the independent theater scene, he has made a name for himself as a stage director, performer and author by developing his own formats and working methods. He has presented his pieces on tour in Germany, in German- and Frenchspeaking Switzerland, in Austria and France. In 2012 he was engaged as a dancer in passive movement by Lucie Tuma at Gessnerallee Zurich and was featured as a special guest in Die Kürze

des Lebens by Kraut Produktion at the Theaterspektakel Zurich. Among the works he has directed, Birthday! (rote Fabrik, Zurich, 2013), Klimakonferenz (Theater

Freiburg 2012), Gefühlstraining für weltweite Körper, (HAU Berlin, touring stops at Gessnerallee Zürich, FFT Düsseldorf and Schwankhalle Bremen, Kaserne Basel, Schlachthaus Bern, Tuchlaube

Aarau, 2010) and Mein prähistorisches Hirn (Theater Freiburg 2010) as well as wann stören wir uns endlich (Ballhaus Ost Berlin, Volksbühne Berlin, Kaserne Basel 2008) stand out. As a performer,

he was invited to a residency at the rote Fabrik in Zurich in 2012, where he realized works like Hängengeblieben and Wir – ein Solo (also shown at HAU Berlin, Schlachthaus Theater Bern, FFT

Düsseldorf); his pieces Change the others (2012), Malade Public (2011), Kuscheln mit Deutschen (2010), Zörnbörse (2008), Luxus Leihhaus (2008) and Habla conmigo (2007), among many others,

are equally noteworthy.

His prizes and awards include participation in the “Drama Processor 2005” of the Theater Winkelwiese as well as invitations to the “Berlin Play Market” 2008, the Workshop Days Vienna 2008, and to the “Play Laboratory” Basel with explodiert in 2008 and with Mein prähistorischesGehirn in 2011. Furthermore, he received a one-year working stipend from Pro Helvetia (2008) and a partnership of the Nestlé pour l’Art Foundation (2011-2013).

His plays are published by S. Fischer Verlag in Frankfurt.

Truth & Dare is a Symposium for professional artist and students from the Danish National School of performing Arts

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