Tidligere kursus 2015


© Julian Gabriel Richter 

CONFLUENCE - Workshop with Julian Richter

Since 2003 Julian Richter and William Forsythe have worked together, developing and presenting the Choreographic Objects. This series of artwork researches the human body, movement and choreographic patterns. It deals with the inner contemplation of visitors and modes of action of gatherings of people. Some of the works activate the body, others perturbate movement.

Themes are the proliferation of the human body, physical knowledge and choreographic strategies. The aim is to produce physical impact. How to place the artworks to create the maximum body based effect? We will be aiming to understand the conditions of how to help creating the Choreographic Objects.

Please find some video examples on www.williamforsythe.de/videos.html

Julian Richter, producer and exhibition designer

After Julian’s studies of German literature, philosophy and theatre in Hamburg and Munich, he worked several years with different theatre companies and for theatre festivals in Europe and Israel (Sommertheaterfestival, Theater der Welt, Ruhrfestspiele, Akko Theater Festival).

In Julian’s daily work as producer, he is confronted with a never ending chain of questions concerning this new art form: Choreographic Art in museums.
How to place best these works in the context of a museum or in public spaces?
How to publish information about this kind of artworks?
How to deal with the expectations of the visitors?
How to deal with the architecture of the building?
How to use form and color, avoiding that audience loses the physical approach?

Julian Richter wished to work with this group of art and theatre students and professionals, researching about inventing rituals and new ways of presenting art in museums and theatres, wishing to expand his knowledge in cooperation with the group of people.

NB! The workshop is in connection with the Conversation about Performing Arts with William Forsythe and the Exhibition Forsythe – in Company with Others at Kunsthal Charlottenborg. Clik her for more info.


CO-PARTNERS: Kunsthal Charlottenborg, The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts' Schools of Visual Arts.

SUPPORTED BY: The Ministry of Culture Denmark





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