| 2022-07-09 06:00|
|ICS/ICAL · gcal|
Opening all the senses, sinking into the wild array of rhythms, time—from deep to lightning quick—perspectives, space—near to far and everything in between. This walkshop is about shadow and sound, and how the breeze may shift your perception of distance and color. Capturing a moment and sharing it multiplies personal enjoyment of the amazing wealth of experience every landscape holds.
Part 1: Be led through a menu of mini ‘scores’: playful, somatic awareness games that focus and hone awareness of the endless ways that time, light, shadow, sound, scent, touch come together, pass by, overlap and fall away in a never-ending series of ‘found’ performances.
Part 2: In pairs, co-create “instant installations,” highlighting, framing and focusing attention on your favorite found and everyday performances in the landscape.
Part 3: Collective tour of the pop-up ‘museum’ of installations
Duration: 2 hours
Needs: notebook and pen/pencil useful
Lise Brenner, choreographer, writer and performer, has been supported by, among others, Rockefeller Cultural Innovation Fund, The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, NYC Department of Cultural Affairs, Dance Theatre Workshop, iLAND art/iLAB, White Oak Foundation/Artward Bound, Netherland-America Foundation, Mondriaan Stichting, Harkness Foundation, Chance Ecologies. http://www.lisebrennercreative.com
Sin Wah Lai, multimedia artist. Through collage, multimedia installation, performance, interactive experience, and socially engaged projects, she combines images, organic material, natural elements, ready-made, texts, voices, drawings, and/or bodily approaches in seeking to uncover the intimate relations between inner perception, communities, and the outer world. BFA, Taipei National University of the Arts, Taiwan (2014); MA Fine Art and Design, HKU University of the Arts Utrecht (2020). https://sinwahlai.blogspot.com/
International Encounters Walking Art and Relational Geographies – Day tickets: 12 euros – 5 day tickets: 40 euros.