where art meets the social-performative interventions in urban contexts
regular courses at Angewandte, KKP, associated expert Social Design
In transdisciplinary conceptual approaches Aschwanden uses the body as an interface between virtual and real articulations of set and found surroundings. The body becomes the place to negociate questions of nature and culture, timeliness and consciousness.
Using somatic movement and other elements of contemporary dance he creates associative, physical, non linear spaces based on site specific research.
During Covid 19 restrictions open for on-line support: developing ideas, dramaturgies, sites, use of media, production, self trust
#somatic extasy #undisciplinary #nanopolitical #forms of togetherness #immanence
Mariella Greil, PhD works as artist & researcher focusing on contemporary performance, especially its ramifications into the choreographic and the ethical.
She currently pursues her habilitation project ‘Choreo-ethical Assemblages – Narrations of Bare Bodies’ (Elise-Richter-PEEK).
For her, creative research is a collaborative, politicized practice setting communicative processes in motion, enabling performative encounters and experiments. She uses expanded choreography and somatic practices as compositional tools.
She supports you with a practice as research approach, feedback frames, somatic & ideokinetic training and her curiosity in choreographing shifts of perception.
#architecture #disussion #hot performances #love
He works as visual artist in performance and has developed exhibitions, installations and interventions in public space.
Within performative sculptures his works combine categories and media formats with opposing connotations to define them in terms of relationality. He is creating spatial images where often objects and viewers fuse.
He teaches as an assistant at the Angewandte in the department of Transmedia Art_Prof. Brigitte Kowanz
As teacher and coach in summer semester 2020 he is open to develop via online meetings any artistic idea and concept in a dialogue form starting from whatever stage and medium.
#ShineBrightLikeADiamond #Happynism #Motivation #BecomeAPro #TrashPop
Barbis Ruder is a performance and media artist. She currently does her PHD in artistic research at Angewandte and is Senior Artist at the Angewandte Performance Laboratory.
Her research focus is on physicality of the performing body and corporative body, body & object Intersection, performative disobedience, Pop Culture and Music.
From ideas to doing: her focus is to get you going and help overcoming personal resistance and fears when getting into performative actions.
In the Summer semester she is happy to support in setting up performative online environments and dramaturgies that fit to the screen medium. She also can give hands on advice and support in project management and rehearsal planning for performances planned for the analogue times in Summer and later.
impossible systems, choreographic clues, reality-glitches
Charlotta Ruth works with choreography, conceptual instructions and game-design.
At Angewandte she’s doing a PhD in artistic research and is employed inside the PEEK Research Project Neuromatic Game Art. Ruth’s practice based research focuses on liveness in online to offline environments; creating systems, misusing technology and experimenting with other ways of being in the world.
She regularly coaches choreography, participatory game structures as well as performance documentation.
She’s curious to support ideas taking shape in online environments or use the current online time-space for supporting your ongoing practice with methodological input.
#abundance in emptiness #haptic sense #memory #mindfulness #thelineandthememory
Jasmin Schaitl is a performer and visual artist. She is currently employed in the PEEK Project DEMEDARTS Dementia.Empathy.Education.Arts and enrolled in a PhD in artistic research at the Academy of Art and Design in Wroclaw (PL).
Her interest in performative practices focuses on the intersection of: the act of touching and (not) being touched and its effects, the materiality of objects, and the process of memorization.
Jasmin is looking at the juxtaposition of presence versus absence and questions what remains or becomes present or absent.