OPEN LECTURE at DOCH: Litó Walkey
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Under året kommer DOCHs lärare och gästlärare att hålla kortare föreläsningar om sitt konstnärliga arbete. På torsdag den 27 september kl 17 – 17.45 möter vi Litó Walkey, gästlärare vid masterprogrammet i koreografi som berättar om sitt pågående forskningsprojekt Where’s the Rest of Me? i studio 10
OPEN LECTURE AT DOCH.
Open to the public. Free admission
Throughout the year DOCH's teachers and guest teacher will hold short lectures around their artistic work. On Thursday September 27th at 17-17.45 Litó Walkey will share her ongoing research Where’s the Rest of Me? in Studio 10
Where's the Rest of Me? is an assembly event, an event of assembly, an assembled event. It is constellation of charged, aligning and misaligning episodes.
The genealogy and inscription of a performance directive, the scripted action it prompted, and its performance; A unit next to another unit, next to another; The present moment, next to an agreement of a meeting with the audience, next to another script and action, next to mis-remembering, next to an interest in removal and concealment, and to a half-bodied delivery...
Litó Walkey is a performer, choreographer and teacher based in Berlin. Her practice considers dance occurring in momentary instances lifted from casual to eventfullness. Litó studied at the School for New Dance Development in Amsterdam, and from 2002-2009 she was a member of the Chicago-based performance company Goat Island. Her own projects have been presented in Europe and America: ‘wings raised to a second power’, ‘The Missing Dance No.7, ‘instanded’, ‘To fight a duel’ and ‘Like that, like this’. Litó maintains ongoing collaborations with artists such as Lucy Cash, Karen Christopher, Jeanine Durning Boris Hauf and Martin Nachbar and has worked as a performer with choreographers Vera Mantero and Martine Piscani. Litó is an Associate Lecturer at the Inter-University Center for Dance Berlin and is frequently invited to teach and mentor artists at conferences and universities internationally. She is currently studying within the Amsterdam Master of Choreography program. The attention of her research is to inscribed successions of words and how they take place, index, invite in relation to performance.