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Christian Falsnaes, "Opening (Kareth Schaffer)", 2015
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: 2016

Christian Falsnaes & Kareth Schaffer

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This Field Project is a practical workshop in performance-making, whereby participants are invited to make and share performance work tailored to a variety of contexts - i.e. for the theatre stage, the exhibition space, public space, or video works. In a daily practice of developing, trying out and discussing work with each other, we will particularly focus on how audience members are addressed in these various situations, how ideas and gestures become transposed, and the use of different elements within the performance—speaking, moving, singing, dancing, objects, costumes, music, participation, and different bodies.


In so doing we look forward to engaging in an on-going conversation on the relations between different fields of art, how performance is engaged with and talked about, and differing economies of time and attention. People of all backgrounds and abilities are welcome.



ArtistBio: Christian Falsnaes
ArtistBio: Kareth Schaffer

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