Screendance is now responding, amid growing use of digital media, to a new challenge in the audiovisual and choreographic landscape. Workshop led by Emilie Renouvin and Marisa Hayes.
Although collaborations between dance and the cinema date back to the 19th century, screendance is now responding, amid growing use of digital media, to a new challenge in the audiovisual and choreographic landscape. Distributed across many platforms – internet, cinemas, museums, art galleries and film festivals, as both a subject and an object of exploring movement – it is helping imaginations to move freely (at a time when we are “prevented” from doing so); encouraging people to meet; and contributing to the writing of a new language. Facilitating another form of international mobility, these new artistic objects are expanding the realm of creative possibility, thus enabling new co-operations to take place and seek new audiences.
Why are artists moving into this field, and why do institutions appropriate it?
What schemes are implemented to serve artists and institutions who wish to propose an international screendance collaboration?
What video forms can it take? And which audience can it target?
Workshop led by Emilie Renouvin (dance officer, Institut Français) and Marisa Hayes (co-director, International Video Dance Festival of Burgundy / video dance projects officer, La Briqueterie - CDCN)
Date à venir – En webinaire (fr/En), sur inscription