DFG-Graduiertenkolleg »Ästhetische Praxis«

Friday, 06. December 2019 um 09:45 Uhr

Embodied Practices - between Phenomenology and Performance

Friday, December 6th, 2019

Venue: Hohes Haus, Room 302 (Aula)

9:45 –10:00
Lucilla Guidi  (Universität Hildesheim)  Opening Remarks
10:00 –11:00
Michela Summa  (Universität  Würzburg) »What Is It Like To Play a Role? Reflections on Acting and Embodiment«
14:00 –15:00
Susan Kozel  (Malmö University) »Performing Phenomenology: The Work of Choreographer Margrét Sara Guðjónsdóttir«

Venue: Haus 31 (Steinscheune), Room 012

15:15 –16:00
Susan Kozel  presents the  Installation:  »CONSPIRACY ARCHIVES« Mixed Reality  
Choreographic Archive The installation is open to public from 12:30 to 19:30 on December 6th and from 10:00 to 12:30 on December 7th

Practical Workshop (Reserved for the members of the Graduiertenkolleg  »Ästhetische Praxis«)
Venue: Hohes Haus, Room 202

16:45 –19:45
Margret Sara Guðjónsdóttir  (Choreographer/Berlin),
Laura Siegmund ( Performer/Berlin) »Full-drop’s Choreographic Method«

Saturday, December 7th, 2019

(Reserved for the members of the Graduiertenkolleg »Ästhetische Praxis«. If you are interested in partici pating, please send an email to: guidi@uni-hildesheim.de by December 1st, 2019)

Venue: Hohes Haus, Room 302 (Aula)

10:00 –11:00
Laboratory  »How to Speak from within Embodied Practice itself?« Discussion with Rolf Elberfeld (Universität Hildesheim), Susan Kozel, Lucilla Guidi
11:15 –12.30
Selin Gerlek  (FernUniversität Hagen) »Digital Embodied Practices and the Ambiguity of Habit and Attention«

 

EMBODIED PRACTICES BETWEEN PHENOMENOLOGY AND PERFORMANCE

This workshop aims to explore the embodied character of practices from a phenomenological perspective, so as to bring this phenomenological account into dialogue both with »Performative Aesthetics« (Erika Fischer-Lichte) and with performances as embodied aesthetic practices. This topic is addressed from both a theoretical and practical point of view: the workshop includes an artistic installation initiated by Susan Kozel using augmented reality to archive the somatic quality of Margrét Sara Guðjónsdóttir’s performance, as well as a session of somatic exercises based on Guðjónsdóttir’s choreographic method.
DFG-Graduiertenkolleg 2477 »Ästhetische Praxis«

www.uni-hildesheim.de/grk-2477


Contact/Organizer: Lucilla Guidi guidi@uni-hildesheim.de

»CONSPIRACY ARCHIVES«

This installation is a Mixed Reality Choreographic Archive. The large images installed in this space act as triggers to launch video in an augmented reality app running on mobile devices (phones, iPads etc.) In this artistic research project, the somatic qualities of the performance Conspiracy Ceremony-HYPERSONIC STATES (2017) by Margrét Sara Guðjónsdóttir are channeled and shared. This archive uses digital devices to transport something of human value and experience beyond the domain of the commercial world and consumer markets. It is an active political gesture. Conspiracy Archives is part of the Somatic Archiving strand of the Living Archives  Research Project (2012–2018) at Malmö University, Sweden, initiated by professor Susan Kozel (Philosophy/ Archival Concept) in collaboration with Jeannette Ginslov (Digital Media & AR Creation and Concept) Keith Lim (AR/MR Creation and media development) and choreographer Margrét Sara Guðjónsdóttir.

livingarchives.mah.se/somatic-archiving/


msgudjonsdottir.com/conspiracy-archives/