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Jeremiah Day: Getting Moving, Talking, Making
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Jeremiah Day presents: Background Briefing – Artists Readings
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Jeremiah Day: Getting Moving, Talking, Making

In this short intensive workshop Jeremiah Day will get us up and moving-and-talking, working with Simone Forti’s Logomotion methods to spark new short improvisational pieces. This work comes from dance and the visual arts, not theater, and offers a surprising and easy entry into performing. The workshop will start with a physical warm up, some improvisational games and lead to making short works of “real-time-composition.”

The workshop builds on the tradition of “new dance” and how it continues to propose a counter model to both the “show business” and “high” models of performance and culture, and instead offers a still relevant model of art as a central and public element of what Hannah Arendt called “the web of human relationships.”

An invitation by Juan Pablo Plazas.

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Jeremiah Day presents: Background Briefing – Artists Readings

This will launch the new version of the HISK reading group. Titled “Background Briefing” this builds on the conversation running since 2021 with its aim to give essential context to contemporary practices of research in the arts. This new version takes up the success of the guest lecture series and now invites those guests to present a text that they feel could be relevant for the moment the artists of HISK are facing. As before the focus is on “table readings” – sharing the text together through reading aloud and discussion, with no previous work with the texts or writers necessary.