Whose body should adapt to what within the dance field today? How can we challenge the norms that limit diversity and variety?
Welcome to exChange Perspectives! March 27th and 28th at DOCH and Dansens Hus questions are raised concerning the prevailing norms that affect dance as an art form in Sweden and internationally. Through lectures, talks, workshops, performances, and a party, we hope to inspire and facilitate discussions about dance that focus on diversity of form, cultural histories, and functionality of bodies within the context of inclusion and exclusion.
With artists and experts including Panaibra Gabriel Canda (MOZ), Claire Cunningham (GBR), Caroline Bowditch (GBR), Dialog/Skånes Dansteater (SWE), Iki Gonzales Magnusson/Utopia/c.off (SWE), André Lepecki (PRT/BRA), Josette Bushell-Mingo (SWE), Luke Pell (GBR), Christine Bylund (SWE), Renita Sörensdotter (SWE), Clara Lee Lundberg (SWE), Caroline Hammar (SWE), Ali and Hèdi Thabet (TUN), Spinn Dance Company (SWE), Paloma Madrid (SWE), Victoria Andersson Garcia (SWE) and Nelly Harrysson (SWE), this symposium offers diverse input and varied perspectives on the correlations between stage, body and choreography.
Programme & Registration
Click » www.dansenshus.se/en/exchange-perspectives/ to see the programme.
The ticket costs 150 SEK per day and you can choose if you want to attend both days or just one
exChange Perspectives is arranged by Dansens Hus in Stockholm and DOCH School of Dance and Circus / Stockholm University of the Arts, in collaboration with CulturArte in Maputo and Skånes Dansteater, with support from Culture Foundation of the Swedish Postcode Lottery and the Swedish Institute.
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