Sparkling Conversations IV

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- Sparkling Conversations: Informal conversations on dance and choreography.

On April 29, at 6pm, you are most welcome to the 4th intimate dialogue evening in our ongoing series.

We are happy to invite Thomas Zamolo to talk about his practice. He will talk about how light design relates to dance and choreography and how it can play a more central part in performances. We investigate the possibilities of light design and its intimate relation to choreographic practices.

These evenings start with an artist talk with artists from the international dance field. The presentation is seen as the staryting point for open conversations about dance and art.

The presentations offer new topics, questions and reflections on our own individual and collective artistic practices. The initiative comes from a desire to enrich the dance field with new perspectives on dance and choreography that differ from established way of relating to dance and choreography. With the dialogues, we want to create greater artistic diversity and new forms of discussion about choreography.

The talks can also be seen as a response to a longing for artistic discussions that can take place collectively and that can strengthen our community as artists and open up new meetings and networks. We want to create a place for fruitful exchanges that focus on art and the artistic directly and without self-censorship. We will discuss everything from dance, choreography, process, the inexhaustible potential of our bodies, the unknown within us and life itself.

We want to initiate meetings that draw inspiration from our artistic visions, desires, reflections and above all our curiosity about the body, dance and choreography.

We shape the evening together!

Norrtullsgatan 7, Stockholm

Coffee will be offered
Language: English
Free admission

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The talks are moderated and organized by Carima Neusser in collaboration with Weld and Vision Forum