The Many and the Form - Video Documentation of Practical Components (last edited: 2023)

Edit Kaldor

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Video documentation of the practical components of the artistic research project The Many and the Form by Edit Kaldor, including: - The video registration of Strangers (2022), a lecture performance that brings together an array of materials from various phases of the artistic research; investigations in different contexts into how lived experiences can be articulated in and through live performance. - A video documentation of Parallel Life (2021), an interactive performance played for and by individual spectators on the streets of the city, using their mobile phones. The paradoxical situation of social distancing and digital intimacy between strangers formed the starting point of the performance. –Video fragments of rehearsal experiments and performative works made by participants during the workshops held throughout 2019 at Pleintheater in Amsterdam as part of the artistic research project The Many and the Form. The final outcomes were presented publicly at the Vrije Vloer Festival in November 2019.
typeresearch exposition
keywordsperformance, workshop, Lecture Performance, participation, situational and relational practice, Site-specific;, mobile devices, theatre
last modified04/09/2023
statusin progress
share statuspublic
affiliationNorwegian Artistic Research Programme
copyrightEdit Kaldor
licenseAll rights reserved

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2273772 Strangers Edit Kaldor All rights reserved
2274589 Parallel Life V4 - 1GB Edit Kaldor All rights reserved
2274847 Workshop Experiments and Presentations Xi Zeng, Djilani Sprang-Purperhart, Ehsan Fardjadniya, Heva Osman, Igor Bogaert, Joseph Anderson, Kobbe Koopman, Maya Moore, Rufino Henriquez, Tarek Muazen, Tirza Gevers and Vincent Versteeg, Edit Kaldor All rights reserved

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