Dialogue

It is in the meeting with an audiende that a work of art gets its meaning. In this context the relationship between the stage and the auditorium, between the performer and the audience, becomes an active dialogue. There are valuable complementary dialogues along the way, about works-in-progress, creative processes, artistic methods, performances, art and politics.

 

An active meeting with art will strengthen you. You get a subjective impression, your own experiences are confirmed and you practice your ability to take in what others have experienced. That is how we get on in the world, by changing… Every person has a voice.

 

These are some of the means we use to open a dialogue:

  • Performances
  • Meet, Eat and Talk
  • Seminars
  • Residency presentations
  • Works in Progress
  • Artist talks
  • Peer gatherings