"Resonance Disonance"seminar, Blackbox Oslo

During Oslo Internasjonale Teaterfestival 2020 MA students from Norwegian Theatre Academy invite everyone to participate in an experiment to unfold one of the oldest practices we know: The art of hospitality. By sharing matters and practices at the core of their research processes, the students will explore the following questions: How can we learn to listen to each other? What do we really mean by participation, embodiment and sharing space in art practices today? How do we share knowledge — who has access and who has not? The event will include performance actions, special guests, talks, collective experiments, light refreshments, and open discussions.

"Paruparo"

Hanna Filomen Mjåvatn

Experimental sharing of my artistic practice involving sound sampling, composition, and the use of meaningful chaos.

a interactive performance, video, sound and body
 

I was reading about chaos theory, about how a small movement can have a huge effect somewhere else (butterfly theory). In chaos theory the behaviour is not easy to map and understand because of the unpredictable outcome.

Paruparo

Experimental sharing of my artistic practice involving sound sampling, composition, and the use of meaningful chaos.

Performing creating a hybrid universe, an abstract, personal, social and concrete place. I was reflecting backwards, being with the in between, the void, meeting the now. A place where I can listen to the in-between, discover, respond and hang out with the audience.

 

A place for myself where I include all my experiences, without explaining them. I shift between my modes of operating; between dance or movement, making or sampling sound, improvisation and “ DJ-ing “. Between discipline, discovery, improvisation and ritual. I integrated playing prepared sound, music, live samples, text, video, dance, action, improvising and performing. 

This video  in my performance from Black box

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