Douglas Rosenberg and Ami Skånberg Dahlstedt are influenced by gender scholar and filmmaker Trinh T. Minh-ha, and her method of not speaking about something, but speak nearby for making visible the invisible and to refuse to objectify what is in front of the camera.
What is our full visibility? How can technology support a caring gaze and to lessen one’s own presence in space? How can opacity be used as a method either for sharing a space democratically or to enable an invisible dance with nonhumans and ancestors? As a metaphor in making performative work behind and in front of the camera?
Workshops, seminar, open discussion and screening: Douglas Rosenberg’s newest film Song of Songs
Douglas Rosenberg artist and Professor of video, performance, installation in the Art Department of the University of Wisconsin-Madison US, founding editor of International Journal of Screendance, Ami Skånberg Dahlstedt choreographer, film-maker, senior lecturer in Dance at the University of Gothenburg/Stockholm University f the Arts, and Jyoti Mistry, film-director, researcher, Professor in film at HDK-Valand, the University of Gothenburg.
10.15 Douglas Rosenberg & Ami Skånberg Dahlstedt
10.40 Workshop & open discussion
13.00 Wokshop & open discussion continues
15.00 Screening: Song of songs, by Douglas Rosenberg, commented by Jyoti Mistry
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