fre. 27. okt.|
PRAXIS Residency Open Sharing: Oliver Sale
Join Oliver Sale in a work-in-progress sharing and discussion of their work with "A Psalm to Boyhood" during the first PRAXIS Residency week Friday 27th of October 15:00-17:00! The event is free.
Time & Location
27. okt. 2023, 15:00 – 17:00
Hausmania Kulturhus, Hausmanns gate 34, 0182 Oslo, Norway
About the event
Celebrating our 10th anniversary in 2023 and the opening of our new studio, we want to offer four residencies between October and December to different artists or artist groups. The residencies include one week, Monday to Friday from 12:00-17:00, of free workspace in PRAXIS Oslo’s 83 sqm studio space in Hausmania, ending with an open sharing on the last day.
Oliver Sale will share their artistic research with their project “A Psalm to Boyhood" in the format of work-in-progress showing and talk.
There is free access to the sharing, but registration is required.
Free entry, RSVP required.
Meeting 14:45 at Hausmania's back gates (behind Vega Scene).
«A Psalm To Boyhood» is a new, in-progress production by dance artist Oliver Sale exploring gender dysphoria, trauma narratives and encountering the inner child. It is built out of their developing praxis «Objects of Activation» which uses reference objects as the site of performative activation. In this WIP sharing, the artist will present some of these objects, including material that arises from them, and begin a dialogue about the potential performative qualities of the future work.
Oliver Sale (UK | they/them) is a freelance movement artist based in Norway. Since graduating from The Rambert School in 2016, they have worked internationally with companies such as Company Chameleon, AutinDT, and Panta Rei Danseteater. Since moving to Norway in 2020 they have worked with choreographers including Carl Aquilizan, Sudesh Adhana, and most recently Daniel Mariblanca on the solo performance A Knowledge of Hope. They also have an artistic and relational partnership with Live Skullerud, creating their first work for public space in 2021: the Invitations project.