PROGRAM: Wednesday, September 25th 10.00-12.00 Morning class - Charlotta Ruth 13.00-16.00 Workshop Waterfalls and Meteorites - Eliisa Erävalo
Thursday September 26th 10.00-12.00 Morning class - Charlotta Ruth 13.00-16.00 Workshop Waterfalls and Meteorites - Eliisa Erävalo 16.30-17.00 Presentation of the project Dance artists in Barents
Friday September 27th 10.00-12.00 Morning class - Charlotta Ruth 13.00-16.00 Workshop Waterfalls and Meteorites - Eliisa Erävalo 18.00-21.00 Open stage! DI offers salad and snacks. Information about Open Stage and how to register is available below.
INFO Waterfalls and Meteorites “This workshop will be a study in forces. We will trigger ourselves to witness and mold how our bodies take up, or don't take up space in this world. We will study the body as a mediator and dancing as a mediating practice. We will become bodies of multitude and of constant becoming. The workshop will include stuff like bitchcraft, translating stones, prophetic dancing and practices or porosity. "
BIO Eliisa Erävalo is a Finnish choreographer and dancer based in Stockholm. Eliisa has a long history of working both as a solo artist and a different child of collaborations around Europe and in Sweden. She always explores and works with the concept of "Support" in her different tasks. Eliisas choreographic work contains two "clouds". She has a deep interest in making art in public spaces and has created a work series of interventions on streets. She does this work alone. It is part of her research in the idea of a porous body and the experience of intuition. Mostly Eliisa works in collaborations and with dance. One of them focuses on further intersectional feminism and a non-binary society. The work Eliisa has recently been doing different concept pairs as outside-inside, technology-nature, materia-spirit and winner-loser. She wants to understand how we build togetherness and form strategically in life. Even in that she wants to create space and focus on what we cannot put into words. www.eliisaeravalo.se
INFO about the morning class with Charlotta Ruth Time Based Endeavors
This floor-work based training is reflecting the techniques and practices my body has passed through and remained attentive to with inspiration from e.g. peers of my generation like Bruno Caverna, recent work as a dancer with Alexander Gottfarb as well as own explorations of loops and choreographic clues. Focusing on the distribution of gravity between the floor and which places in and outside the body we chose to give attention, movement sequences are scrolled, scratched and negotiated in time. The training is a physically strengthening class that prepares you for rehearsals. The training at the same time aims to give you a meta cognitive ride for stretching, bending and creatively misusing your habits and memory. Nerdy exploration of how you want to attend movement and how you want to approach learning is welcome! The registration to DIB Meetingpoint is sent to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 10/9. Enter the name, place of residence and possible food allergies. Participation in the days is free of charge but the registration is binding, if you fail to return a refund you will be charged 500 SEK.
There are travel grants for applicants living more than 100 kilometers from Luleå. If you wish to apply for the travel scholarship, please state in the application and if you want help finding accommodation, we have three free rooms to offer in shared apartment, this is the first come first served. For international participants, the scholarship of SEK 1500 and Swedish participants is SEK 1000.
INFO ABOUT OPEN STAGE: Are you in a process or do you have an idea that you want to share with colleagues? You get 15 min on stage to show or present something. Subscribe to email@example.com no later than 10/9. If you want to prepare yourself on the stage, one hour per presentation is available on Monday and Tuesday after 4 pm, please state it in the notification. Some technical assistance is offered.
Arranged in collaboration with Danskonsulent Region Norrbotten and Danscentrum Norr. With support from the Swedish Arts Council and Region Norrbotten.