„point in time - 時点、今を確認する" – we substantiate this moment, time is not linear and a continual dot..., is an artistic research project which creates a connection between the presentation of physical art works, lecture (artist talk) with three thematic parts and the exhibition (re-presentation) with kind support of berlinerpool in the studio at Aqua Carré Berlin and at the office of berlinerpool in 2013. This paper is a summary of "POINT IN TIME" in 2013 and a contemplation about arts and cultures in our contemporary society.
The three topics "IDEA-Prefiguration", "performative-open system" and "Untitled-semiotics as personal code" will be summarized by the art works of artists; Márcio Carvalho, Eduardo da Conceição, Emma Waltraud Howes, Charlie Jouvet, Erika Matsunami, Enda O’Donoghue. It's a matter of the art works of artists which represent "time and space" in cognitive processes with different techniques and medium: from painting to performance up to multimedia. This basic theme "time and space" was taken up in the exhibition (re-presentation) on materiality and aesthetics, and to substantiate the cultures as background of artists and identity as well as individuality in our contemporary global society.
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My doctoral research, "Scenic Imagination - Method of Inner Stage. A phenomenological approach to psychophysical acting", focuses on the work of the stage actor creator - on his/her inner life. Scenic imagination is approached from both artistic performances and phenomenological research. The hypothesis is that, prior to a performance, “the stage” can be constructed inside the actor/performer. From my experience as an actor/performer, I describe an alternative conceptualization of contemporary performance work, based not on acting as representation, but as a work taking place in inner bodymind.
In the acting method to be developed, the bodily felt sensations and mental pictures form the 'score' of the performance. This phenomenon can be called “The Inner Stage”.
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