on Saturday, 12 February 2011
from 11.00 till 13.00 and from 15.00 till 18.00
Sunday, 13 February 2011
from 11.00 till 13.00 and from 15.00 till 18.00 ure
Cankarjev dom, M3/M4 Hall, Prešernova 10, Ljubljana
Participation fee: 40 €
You can apply by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The workshop will be followed by a PERFORMANCE/PRESENTATION of Generique Sunday, 13 February 2011, at 19.00 in Cankarjev dom, M3/4 Hall
In this 2 days intensive workshop, Petra Sabisch will introduce the open platform everybodys by presenting the general project, its motivations and modes of functioning. We will use and further develop everybodys' workshop kit by playing some of its games and, on the basis of our experience, discuss the relation between the games and the content produced. Finally, we will end with a lecture-presentation of everybodys by the entire group.
The workshop is intended for young theatre and dance artists, dramaturges and students of social sciences.
The artists’ collective Everybodys is an open group initiated in 2005, that implements open source strategies in the performing arts. The key motivation for applying the open source methodology is to develop new ways of sharing knowledge and producing specific discourses in the performing arts in order to redefine our conditions of work and the parameters of exchange, to generate heterogeneous works, to escape the restricted access to works, and to deviate traditional conceptions of authorship. Everybodys is an internet platform for texts and discussion, a workshop kit in-progress, encompassing tools and interview-games designed to facilitate discussions on performance work. This kit develops through the "integral feedback" of its usage. Everybody is invited to use it, to develop it further and to join in at www.everybodystoolbox.net.
Besides her own choreographic works (last <conversation piece, Berlin 2008), & diverse artistic collaborations in Paris & Berlin (Antonia Baehr, Alice Chauchat, Frédéric Gies, Laurent Goldring, Mette Ingvartsen et. al.) Sabisch received her Doctor of Philosophy (London) in 2010 with her dissertation Choreographing Relations: Practical Philosophy and Contemporary Choreograhy (in the works of Antonia Baehr, Gilles Deleuze, Juan Dominguez, Félix Guattari, Xavier Le Roy and Eszter Salamon, Munich 2010).
Since 2005, Petra Sabisch is involved in the development of the Performing Arts Forum PAF (France) & in the application of open source-strategies for the Performing Arts with the open platform Everybodys. Sabisch has published internationally and is teaching in Europe, e.g. in the Univ. College of Dance & Circus Stockholm, The Institute of Applied Theatre Studies Giessen and the dance center HZT Berlin. www.verandaproduction.net