Activities

FICTION | REALITY

A 4 day gathering of international thinkers, professional artists and art students.
The conference is taking place at Dansehallerne 5-8 October 2016, curated by Anders Paulin in collaboration with Sara Gebran.

The conference addresses the current conditions for reflection and aesthetic transcendence in an institutional context. Through discussions, lectures and performances the meeting will focus on the interaction of aesthetics and reality in two aspects of artistic work: Aesthetics as Practice and Aesthetics as Organisation.
More information about FICTION | REALITY is in the attachment here.

Invited participants: Bojana Cvejic, Benjamin Noys, Sergej Pristas, Paula Caspao, Mette Edvardsen, Frederic Gies, Katya Sander, Efva Lilja, Rodrigo Sobarzo, Johan Forsman, Sara Gebran and Anders Paulin.

Tickets for the audience
If there any tickets left, they will be sold here (click on the ticket link)

The conference has a daytime conversation program only for registrants. Download the program here

Performances open to the public (If there are tickets left it can be purchased online from 3rd of October 2016))

| WEDNESDAY 5TH OCTOBER

19.00–20.30 PERFORMANCE
THREE WHITE SOLDIERS/ROCK THIS WORLD
by Anders Paulin & Johan Forsman

| THURSDAY 6TH OCTOBER

18.30–19.10 PERFORMANCE: NO TITLE
by Mette Edvardsen

21.30–22.15 PERFORMANCE: PRINS OF NE†WORKS
by Rodrigo Sobarzo

| FRIDAY 7TH OCTOBER

18.00–18.40 PERFORMANCE: NO TITLE
by Mette Edvardsen

21.00–21.45 PERFORMANCE: PRINS OF NE†WORKS
by Rodrigo Sobarzo

| SATURDAY 8TH OCTOBER

13.00-14.30 PERFORMANCE: THREE WHITE SOLDIERS/ROCK THIS WORLD
by Anders Paulin & Johan Forsman

14.45-16.15 PERFORMANCE: ANOTHER 3
by Sara Gebran

21.00 –21.45 PERFORMANCE: RIBBON DANCE
by Frederic Gies

If you can not make the conference, you can listen to the panel conversations and keynote dialogues LIVE. Click here for more info.

The conference is a co-production between The Danish School of Performing Arts, Dansehallerne and The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts and Anders Paulin and Sara Gebran.

Supported by Nordisk Kulturfond and Statens Kunstfond.

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