ons. 30. nov.|
Dansens Haus (at Hausmania)
Praxis Praksis with Marie Ursin
This Fall PRAXIS Oslo organizes twice a month, a 3 days long 'morning sharing'. Marie Ursin will share their practice from Tuesday 29. November - Thursday 1. December from 9:30 - 11:30 at Dansens Haus, Hausmania.
Time & Location
30. nov. 2022, 09:30 – 11:30
Dansens Haus (at Hausmania), Hausmanns gate 34, 0182 Oslo, Norway
About the event
This Fall PRAXIS organizes twice a month, a 3 days long 'morning sharing' at Dansens Haus (Hausmania). We have invited several dance artists who will hold a space in which they share their ways into dancing. This can be a warm up routine, a combination of tasks, references to other classes or clash of techniques that have inspired them.
The classes take 1,5h or 2h and start at 9.30h. Be on time as the location is not ideal for latecomers.
You can come for 3 days (250 NOK), or drop in (100 NOK).
In my work I'm interested in moods and forms of attention and how they have the ability to warp time. In these morning sessions we will use dancing, reading and writing as tools to specify embodied fantasies and fictions. We will be dealing with how dance can make the connection between the invisible and the visible come alive. We will use ideas about the body from movie and media theory to explore movement as a tool for world-building. My practice is based in different kinds of somatic work, it is fueled by concepts that rule the realm of the visible and how these can be combined. During these sessions we will both witness and be witnessed by each other.
Working language will be either english or norwegian depending on who is there. Please bring your notebooks.
𝗠𝗮𝗿𝗶𝗲 𝗨𝗿𝘀𝗶𝗻 works with dance, choreography, curation and organizing that are always based on collaborative processes and hybrid formats. She is interested in the unique logic of the performer, oversized projects that take on a nature of their own, and creating different spaces of interaction. She studied dance and performance at Stockholm University of the Arts (DOCH). Since 2013 she has, in collaboration with Alexandra Tveit, been the artistic director of Scene:Bluss; an annual experimental residency project that takes on a new format and theme each year. Scene:Bluss works towards creating a space for artists to test out and share ideas through immersive and collective projects. She is also part of the interdisciplinary, discursive collective Carrie organizing conversations, reading groups and seminars to dive deeper into contemporary questions together. In 2021 she won the Young Choreographers Award at Impulstanz together with Lydia Östberg Diakité and Tamara Alegre with the piece FIEBRE. She has worked with, among others, Margret Sara Gudjonsdottir, Mette Ingvartsen, Runa Borch Skolseg, Nikhil Vettukattil, Marie Nikazm Bakken, Fredrik Floen and Nikima Jagudajev.
Praxis Praksis (1 day)
Praxis Praksis (2 days)