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Performance workshop med Hiroko Tsuchimoto - Iaspis residensstipendiat i Johannesburg

Datum: 4-6 april Tid: 10.00 - 16.00 Plats: Bag Factory Artists Studios Adress: 10 Mahlatini Street, Fordsburg, Johannesburg, Sydafrika

This workshop provides an opportunity for participants to become more aware of modalities of emotion through physical and conversational exercises. We investigate the subjects of individual/group feeling, meta-emotions, emotional performativity, (limits of) empathy and (non-) the existence of collective emotions. We also conduct discussions about topics including identity, sense of belonging, mob mentality, mass-panic, group-based shame, membership guilt, etc. The workshop leader navigates the participants toward creating intimate conversations and collaborations and carrying out group performances in the public sphere. The workshop aims to facilitate critical observation of the participants own emotions and performativities and to give them sufficient confidence to present public performances.

Contents: 3-day workshop (10:00-16:00 with one-hour lunch break)
● warm-up, physical & conversational exercises, social experiments
● one-hour lecture about collaborative, participatory, art intervention
● final presentation: group performance in public sphere

Hiroko Tsuchimoto (b.1984, Sapporo, Japan) is a visual/performance artist, living in Sweden since 2008. She began her career at Musashino Art University in Tokyo and went on to study at Konstfack University College of Arts, Crafts, and Design and Royal Institute of Art in Stockholm. Her works are manifested as stage performances and social experiments in public spaces. In her performance pieces, she often provides communal experiences to audience members through physical assignments, dialogues, and collective movement. Since 2008, Tsuchimoto has presented her works internationally both inside and outside art spaces. Tsuchimoto is also active as an organiser to promote ephemeral art in Stockholm. She is an organiser of PALS, Performance Art Links, and a member of Fylkingen. Also, she is currently focusing on developing her methods to lead performance art workshops in non-hierarchical and decentralised settings. Tsuchimoto is a working grant recipient from Swedish Arts Grants Committee for the year 2013 and the years 2016-2018, as well as a grant holder at Iaspis residency at Bag Factory in Johannesburg in 2018.

An hour lunch break on each day.

Coffee and snacks will be served for participants.

Rsvp to linda@bagfactoryart.org.za

For more info on Hiroko click here

The Bag Factory

Uppdaterad: 2018-04-05 Tipsa om sidan


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