9 - 11 August, 2019
A huge floating sculpture swallows and spits out human beings - who or what is this? - An outdoor performance mixing movement, sound and visual art. DK Premiere.
30 - 31 August, 2019
A feminist festival for dance, choreography and performance that puts into question how we gather around, carry and circlude art works, their context and the situation carrying them.
2 September, 2019
First branchemøde in the fall 2019. Let’s meet and talk and share thoughts, reflections and ideas for the coming.
6 - 8 September, 2019
A walk between 5 looped choreographic installations. Within five short choreographies, which are looped and play for three hours, Living Documents investigates the contradictory yet widespread practice of documenting dance and performance art. DK-Premiere
9 September, 2019
Nikolaus Gansterer is an artist and performer interested in the links between drawing, thinking and action. In his presentation he will give insight in recent research and art projects and his understanding of the notion of notation.
10 September, 2019
This lecture presents a lexicon of encounters with pieces of criticism that unsettle – by means of their affective density, their slipperiness, or their rejection of the category of criticism itself.
16 September, 2019
Using samples from her work, Ilya Noé will walk us through how the recently discovered non-metaphoric intimacy between roots and rhizomes is gifting her with multiple pathways to more distributed, vulnerable, and co-extensive modes of living, working, and togethering.
19 - 20 September, 2019
RESA artist Eva Meyer-Keller and her research partner Ilya Noé will map the differnet pathways emerging from Eva´s one year long resindency in Dansehallernes pilot program. An evening with an insight into artistic research in beautiful surroundings of natural science.
30 September, 2019
The focus this evening is social practice in public art and the question of how art organises communities – we will ponder the organising effects of aesthetic tools and the managerial challenges involved in organising communities? Free entrance.
3 - 4 October, 2019
A symphony of various energies and sentiments without filters are channeled through the performer´s bodies. The Icelandic choreographer works with a methodology which accesses psychological and emotional subworlds.
6 - 7 October, 2019
The performers practice 'listening to movement'. They use their voices to make the movement sound and let the sound effect the movement. The entanglement between sound and movement as well as between the three performers creates a rich and complex tapestry.
9 - 10 October, 2019
The performance questions the concept of a love song. Two performers present rational and abstract contemplations on intimacy through song, movement and musical encounters with materiality. Danish premiere of the new work by Inga Huld Hákonardóttir!
10 October, 2019
Lecture & discussion by Antoine Pickels (BE).
12 - 13 October, 2019
Many dancers dance in a dancer’s body and a dance is always the product of other dances as well as a call for dances to come.
22 October, 2019
Performances for schools. In The Canteen the audience and the dancers agree on new rules together. The meaning of the audience’s everyday choreographies is examined.
31 October - 9 November, 2019
OPEN YOUR HEART is a disco dance performance, where a professional dancer is taught a new style of moving. Re-finding the joy of dancing and hunting a dream to dance – dance like a child again.
20 November, 2019
Lecture & discussion by Mike van Graan (SA).
23 November, 2019
Vertical Influences is a contemporary ice skating double-bill. Its artists dared to re-appropriate their figure skating virtuosity in order to create a new vibrant choreographic form based on glide. + After ice-dancing party
12 - 15 December, 2019
Imagine being watched constantly! Living and growing in a small space where others control you, like an artificially grown plant in a distance to your surroundings.
17 December, 2019
Drawing on the experiences and history of arts workers and of labour regulation in the socialist Yugoslavia, this lecture will discuss why an understanding of artistic labour as work can provide tools for the demystification of artistic labour's ‘exceptionality’, and why this perspective offers a strategic point in the struggle for equity in the context of institutionalised art production under contemporary neoliberalism.