Carima Neusser (SE), Per Huttner (SE), Siri Jennefelt(SE)
START IN THE MIDDLE
Participatory performance /
Part of the program series CHOREOGRAPHY IN ACTION
Start in the Middle is a participatory performance that uses the formats of lecture and meditation into a seamless whole.
The performers use texts, sounds, lights and contemplative exercises for the audience to participate in a collective journey where they spend most of the performance lying on the floor with their eyes closed.
NB! There is limited spaces – first-come-first-served!
Carima Neusser was born in Stockholm. She is a choreographer, dancer and artist. She earned her master degree in Culture and Media production at Linköpings Universitet (2014-2016) and she studied dance at Iwanson International School of Contemporary Dance (2006-2009) She works and collaborates throughout different international and national contexts and her work has been presented at dance theaters, galleries, museums, music festivals among many others. Her work has been presented in Sweden, Italy, France, Mexico, Brazil and USA.
Siri Jennefelt is a sound designer, composer and musician based in Stockholm. She got her degree at STDH in 2015. She makes music for the stage and is involved in a series of musical projects including Nev Lilit and Saigon.
Per Hüttner is a Swedish artist who lives and works in Stockholm and Paris. He was trained at Konsthögskolan, Stockholm and at Hochschule der Künste in Berlin. He has shown extensively in Europe, Australia, Asia, North and South America. Solo exhibitions and major presentations include Zendai Contemporary in Shanghai, Göteborgs konstmuseum and Wellcome Collection in London. Participation in group shows include Museu de Arte Moderna de São Paulo (MAM); Palais de Tokyo in Paris, the Hayward Gallery in London, Moderna Museet in Stockholm, MACBA in Barcelona. He has performed at Tate Britain, Tate Modern, Pinacoteca, Museo Jumex and the Venice Biennial. He is represented at art museums in Sweden, Poland, China and Brazil. Hüttner is the founder and director of the international research network Vision Forum and a member of the Board of ISBA in Besançon France. He is a member of the performance collective 1+1=3 where he has been part of developing the EEGsynth a tool to use brain waves in performance art.
CHOREOGRAPHY IN ACTION
A program where artists and other professionals share thoughts about artistic work through conversations, installions, performances and films. New guest every Monday. The program is primarily adressed to the artists in the field but open to all with an interest.
It is in English. Free Entrance.
CHOREOGRPAHY IN ACTION takes place at Charlottenborg Art Cinema. The distinctive art institution Kunsthal Charlottenborg ia a close collaborator of Dansehallerne.