Exposition

Oppdagelse og navngivning (2019)

Asle Nilsen, Niklas Adam (co-author), Eirik Arthur Blekesaune (co-author), Piotr Pajchel (co-author)

About this exposition

en
There is a fundamental enthusiasm and curiosity that drives our attitude towards experimentation. Free basic research is the fundament for all new apprehensions. Each production leads us into new landscapes. Experimentation is artistic immersion.The concept of risk and possible failure is a natural part of this experimentation.Without taking risk, art would remain stagnant, and the creative spirit would be wasted on our own fears. In this exposition we will elucidate some of the many fields of interest and tools for expression we have worked with during the development of our latest production – HANNAH – which premiered September 2017 at Henie Onstad Art Center in Oslo in connection with the Ultima Festival. In HANNAH Verdensteatret works with elaborate spatial compositions that provokes a state of absorption in an immersive audio-visual space. These compositions consists of material generated in an electronic feedback system. This material forms a sedimentation process that unfolds as a fixed attention towards exhaustion and the act of observing slow changes. Like a physical object slowly affect its surroundings. A production from Verdensteatret is a glimpse of a present, a state of transitions and passages through phenomenons. The present is a memory in motion. At the same time, there has never been so much past as right now.

no
Det ligger en grunnleggende entusiasme og nysgjerrighet som drivkraft bak vår eksperimentelle holdning. Fri grunnforskning er basis for all ny erkjennelse. 
 Hver produksjon fører oss inn i nye landskap. Eksperimentering er kunstnerisk fordypning. Idéen om risiko og muligheten for å feile er en naturlig del av denne eksperimenteringen. Uten å ta en risiko vil kunsten stagnere, og den kreative kraften vil bli lammet av vår egen redsel. I denne eksposisjonen skal vi belyse noen få av de mange interessefelt og uttrykksverktøy vi har arbeidet med under utviklingen av vårt siste scenekunstverk – HANNAH – som hadde premiere September 2017 på Henie Onstad Kunstsenter i Oslo i forbindelse med Ultima-festivalen. Materialet tar utgangspunkt i en omfattende video- og lydsyklus, som både er en fordypelsestilstand og et billedrom. Sedimenteringsprosesser i det audiovisuelle materialet åpner for å observere langsomme endringer, slik et fysisk objekt sakte påvirker sitt omkringliggende miljø. En produksjon fra Verdensteatret er et glimt av en nåtid, en tilstand av overganger og passasjer gjennom fenomener. Nåtiden er et minne som er i bevegelse. Samtidig har det aldri vært så mye fortid før som akkurat nå.
typeresearch exposition
keywordsverdensteatret, Oppdagelse og navngivning, noe, process, HANNAH, syntaktisk, poesi, tid, geologisk, synestesi, discovery and naming, something, syntactic poesis, time, geological
date24/08/2018
published24/01/2019
last modified24/01/2019
statuspublished
urlhttps://www.researchcatalogue.net/view/500921/500945
doihttps://doi.org/10.22501/vis.500921
published inVIS – Nordic Journal for Artistic Research
portal issue1. VIS Issue 1
external linkwww.verdensteatret.com

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