Labor Sonor:Choreographing Sound
Fr, 30/11/2018, 16:30 Uhr
Diskurs / Workshop

LABOR DISKURS : CHOREOGRAPHING SOUND musicians composing for dancers. dancers performing music.


Symposium

LABOR SONOR : CHOREOGRAPHING SOUND
musicians composing for dancers. dancers performing music.
Transdisziplinäres Festival und Symposium
30.11.– 2.12. 2018 | Ballhaus Ost (Berlin) | www.laborsonor.de
Festival for transdisciplinary translations
Composers choreograph sound. Dancers interpret compositions. LABOR SONOR : CHOREOGRAPHING SOUND explores translation processes between sound and movement, music and body. Contemporary forms of visible music and composed actions emerge through the encounters between extended notions of composing, choreographing and dancing. The focal point of this transdisciplinary experiment is how composing practices translate into dance and choreographic concepts translate into music .
The symposium
The accompanying symposium LABOR DISCOURS : CHOREOGRAPHING SOUND will provide insight into artistic translation processes and the formation of the premiered works. It will bring scholars and artists into dialogue. Focal point is the aesthetic and epistemological potential of such a collaboration and the engagement of the different artistic cultures of knowledge in music and dance. With contributions by Jin Hyun Kim, Katarina Kleinschmidt, Marcello Lussana, Mathias Maschat, and Stephanie Schroedter as well as the participating festival artists.
Programm Symposium 30.11.2018
16:30-17:00 Opening
17:00-18:00 Mathias Maschat “Choreographische Modulationen: Echtzeitmusikalische Praktiken und ästhetische Selbstverständnisse in dem Stück Rub von Fernanda Farah, Sabine Ercklentz und Lucio Capece”
30 min. Pause
18:30-19:30 Stephanie Schroedter “Klänge und Körper in Bewegung”
The symposium is in english and german with simulataneous translation (headphones).
Das Festival ist gefördert vom Hauptstadtkulturfonds
http://laborsonor.de/choreographing-sound/

https://www.ballhausost.de/produktionen/labor-sonor-choreographing-sound/

  • Dauer: 03:00h, Pausen: 18:00 - 18:30
  • Bemerkungen zum Datum und Uhrzeit: 16:30-17:00 Eröffnung 17:00-18:00 Mathias Maschat “Choreographische Modulationen: Echtzeitmusikalische Praktiken und ästhetische Selbstverständnisse in dem Stück Rub von Fernanda Farah, Sabine Ercklentz und Lucio Capece”
  • Ballhaus Ost
  • Pappelallee 15, Berlin
  • Ticketpreis: Eintritt frei!