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  • 1.
    Arlander, Annette
    Stockholm University of the Arts, Centre for Research.
    Resting with Pines in Nida – attempts at performing with plants2019In: Performance Philosophy, ISSN ISSN: 2057-7176, Vol. 4, no 2, p. 452-475Article in journal (Refereed)
    Abstract [en]

    Is it possible to respond to the challenge of a philosopher with artistic means, rather than on the one hand by attempting to philosophize, or on the other hand by resorting to illustration or application? Perhaps it is not. This text is nevertheless an attempt at responding to the challenge posed to artists by Michael Marder who, in volume 1 of this journal, challenged philosophers and artists ‘to include the spatiality, movement, and perspective of the vegetal in their work’ (Marder 2015, 192). The artistic research project ‘Performing with plants’ could be understood as a response to this challenge. In this text I will briefly outline the plan for the project, relate it to the current interest in plant thinking, plant theory and new materialist feminist theory and then focus on some works loosely related to the project, which seem to resonate with Marder’s challenge in some sense. The variations of Resting with Pines performed in September 2017 in Nida Art Colony on the Curonian spit in Lithuania will serve as attempts to include and even emulate the vegetal, and as an example of a characteristic common to many performance practices, namely the tendency to go on, to ‘keep growing’.

  • 2.
    Lindal, Anna
    Stockholm University of the Arts, University College of Opera. Stockholm University of the Arts, Centre for Research.
    Vargen och violinen2009In: Art Monitor nr 7 2009, ISSN 1653-9958, no 7, p. 119-124Article in journal (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    Article on intepretation and collaboration between composer and interpreter based on the authors work with music by Øyvind Torvund and Christian Wolff. 

  • 3.
    Roos, Cecilia
    Stockholm University of the Arts, Centre for Research.
    From Movement-Out of Reflection-in Becoming: The Dancer and the Creative Process2013In: Material of Movement and Thought: Reflections on the Dancer's Practice and Corporeality / [ed] Anna Petronella Foultier and Cecilia Roos, Stockholm: Firework Edition , 2013, p. 11-106Chapter in book (Other academic)
  • 4.
    Roos, Cecilia
    et al.
    Stockholm University of the Arts, Centre for Research. Stockholm University of the Arts, Dance Department. Tensta Konsthall.
    Saleh, Farah
    Brown University.
    Zaides, Arkade
    Independent Choreographer, Tel Aviv.
    Bodies of evidence: a reader2016Conference paper (Refereed)
    Abstract [en]

    Bodies of Evidence focuses on the body and movement in bordering processes. It revisits current debates on borders and bordering events linked to migration and mobility in Sweden and on a global level. It also reacts on deep changes in the order of the world, such as political and societal crisis and conflicts, structural violence, accessibility and environmental calamities, which inherently challenge the way in which borders are produced, perceived, represented, aestheticized and legitimized. Here, borders appear not only as lines of separation. Much more, as dynamic and performative spaces of encounter, they introduce the question of our individual and collective involvement, responsibility and agency in the process.

    Bodies of Evidence holds a trans-disciplinary perspective and engages in the co-existence of different voices. The four-days event adopts specific strategies and methodologies, formats and disciplines, travelling between choreography, human rights and scientific research: What is the choreography of bordering experiences, and what is the status of affect, empathy and sensing in bordering processes? What is ‘speakable’, what is ‘expressable’ by and through the body and movement? How do we deal - as citizens, artists, thinkers, researchers, students, public - with the ethical and political implications of our actions? How can we take a position while being aware of the violence and consequences of our inscriptions?

    With a.o. Antonia Augugliaro, Khaled Soliman Al Nassiry & Gabriele Del Grande, Meriç Algün Ringborg, Kamal Aljafari, Malin Arnell, Ramsay Burt, Anna Efraimsson, Emily Fahlén, Kristin Flade, Frédéric Gies, GLÄNTA, Gian Maria Greco, Monika Halkort, Agri Ismaïl, Anne Juren, Mahmoud Keshavarz, Shahram Khosravi, Hagar Kotef, Peter Mills, Sandra Noeth, Daniel Peltz, Nicola Perugini, Peter Bo Rappmund, Cecilia Roos, Farah Saleh, The Silent University, Josefine Wikström, Arkadi Zaides, Christina Zetterlund as well as the students of the Master's programme in film and media at Stockholm University of the Arts.

    A study circle is organized in cooperation with The Silent University.

    A reader with additional working material will be available by mid December.

    Bodies of Evidence is made by the Master Programme in Choreography at Stockholm University of the Arts: Researcher/Curator: Sandra Noeth Curatorial Team: Anna Efraimsson, Peter Mills Coordination/Production: Frédéric Gies, Ingela Stefaniak PR/Commmunication: Tove Hellkvist

    Funded by Stockholm University of the Arts and supported by Tensta konsthall/Silent University.

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