09.09.2018

27 November: Workshop: CHOREOGRAPHING SOUND. The Body as an Instrument and Visceral Soundtrack with Karol Tymiński.

The workshop aims to examine the musicality of the body and, vice versa, the corporeality of music from a choreographic perspective. This approach corresponds with the extension of the concept of music, as well as the questioning of performance traditions in the context of New Music, which also puts a stronger emphasis on the body.

Instructor
Karol Tymiński (Performer and Choreographer, Berlin/Germany; Warsaw/Poland)

Tuesday, 27. November 2018, 16:30-21:00

Unipark Nonntal, Tanzstudio R 2.105 (2. Stock), Erzabt-Klotz-Str. 1, 5020 Salzburg

Together with the participants, Polish choreographer and performer Karol Tymiński will research other forms of sound generation and composition through the body, which will be based on his work This is a musical (2016). Through practical experimentation as well as reflective moments the performative aspects of music, sound and noise and their relation to the body will be approached.Among others, questions of interest will be:
– Through which techniques/procedures can the (moving) body be used as an instrument?
– How can different ways of producing sound be used as a tool for (movement) research?
– What is the relationship between sound, body, temporality, and space?How does sound relate to identity politics?

Karol Tymiński
is a Polish Berlin-based performer and choreographer. He graduated from P.A.R.T.S. in Brussels and Warsaw Ballet School, and is co-founder of the Centre in Motion – Choreographers Workspace in Warsaw. Tymiński’s works have been presented in various venues in Poland and abroad. The cultural magazine Dwutygodnik has described his work This is a musical as one of the most important cultural events in Poland. 

THE WORKSHOP WELCOMES STUDENTS AND PARTICIPANTS FROM ALL DISCIPLINES AND BACKGROUNDS!
FREE ATTENDANCE
Registration: ingeborg.schrems@sbg.ac.at | Tel. +43 662 8044 2380

Conception and Organisation
Johanna Hörmann | Julia Ostwald

The event is hosted by ConTempOhr in collaboration with the Department of Musicology and Dance Studies, Paris Lodron University Salzburg.

Mag. Ingeborg Schrems

Programmreferentin

ConTempOhr, Kooperationsschwerpunkt Wissenschaft und Kunst

Bergstraße 12, 5020 Salzburg

Tel: +43 662 8044 2380

E-mail to Mag. Ingeborg Schrems

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