How to think of the stage as a theatre of that what is invisible? An open seminar on how to think of text, image and performer as interfaces. Arranged in collaboration with students from the dance department of the Danish School of Performing Arts.
Anders Paulin is working internationally as director and dramaturge. Since the 90´s, he has been active within a wide range of practices at theatres as The Royal Theatre in Copenhagen, Deutsches Schauspielhaus in Hamburg, and Theater Basel. Over the last years, the works have been exploring methods to use the theatre as platform for participatory practices; both by negotiating the economy of institutional theatre productions as in the curatorial project Temporary National Theatre at The Royal Theatre in Copenhagen, and with community-based work as in the Vertical Gardening-projects in Palestine together with Sara Gebran. Some of his recent projects are Wild Duck at Nationaltheatret in Oslo, Neither You Nor Me at MDT/Black Box/Caféteatret, Participatory vs Consensus at Göteborgs Dans- och teaterfestival and Parzival at Backa Teater, Göteborg.
–> THURSDAY 4/12 13.00 – 17.00