Researching (in/as) Motion – Open Events

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All are welcome to attend this series of lectures, talks and events at WELD and DOCH, Stockholm 

                       Join us as we explore Artistic Research in Dance

MONDAY March 19
16:30-17:30 Research Presentation – Documenting Experiential Authorship, Chrysa Parkinson DOCH*

Chrysa Parkinson is a dancer, living in Stockholm and Berkeley, California. She’s a Professor of Dance at Stockholm University of the Arts and directs the New Performative Practices Masters program at DOCH.

Documenting Experiential Authorship ­is a research presentation.

 

WEDNESDAY March 21

18:30-21:30 Practice/Party, Techno Somatics – Frederic Gies Weld*

Frédéric Gies is an artist in the field of experimental dance based in Sweden. He is head of programme of the Master in choreography at DOCH-SKH.

Technosomatics is a practice that brings together somatic explorations and club dance.

 

THURSDAY March 22
16:30-17:30 Research Presentation – HEAD, John-Paul Zaccarini DOCH*

John-Paul Zaccarini is a cross-disciplinary performer and director, currently Associate Professor in Circus at Stockholm University of the Arts.

His Research Presentation HEAD plays with when to move personal history into research and when to speak it.

19:30-21:00 Conversation/Debate – What’s In It For The Art? Part I Weld*

Anna Koch is a Swedish dancer and choreographer and the Artistic Director of Weld.

What´s in it for the Art? Part I and II are public conversations considering the relationship between art and research, from individual artistry to the impact of and on the field.

 

FRIDAY March 23
12.30-14.00 Panel Discussion – What’s In It For The Art? Part II Weld*

Anna Koch is a Swedish dancer and choreographer and the Artistic Director of Weld.

What´s in it for the Art? Part I and II are public conversations considering the relationship between art and research, from individual artistry to the impact of and on the field.

 

These events are all part of the Researching (in/as) Motion Week – Stockholm and are free to attend, email [email protected]

Venues
Weld, Norrtullsgatan 7, 113 29 Stockholm

DOCH, Brinellvägen 58, 114 28 Stockholm

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Accommodation:

Part in double room at 2 kronor Hostel, Surbrunnsgatan 44, 113 48 Stockholm. http://www.2kronor.se/en Cost: 695 SEK/night per room (around 72 Euro) including linens and towel.
Walking distance to both venues.

Other options
Hostels
Hostel Bed & Breakfast: http://www.hostelbedandbreakfast.com/en/

Crafoord Place: https://www.hostelbookers.com/hostels/sweden/stockholm/47589/
There are of course other hostels in Stockholm a bit further away from the venues: http://www.vandrarhemstockholm.se/hostel-stockholm.html

Hotels
Wasa Park Hotel: http://www.wasaparkhotel.se/rooms.html
Elite Palace hotel: https://www.elite.se/en/hotels/stockholm/palace-hotel/

Hotel Rex: http://rexhotel.se/en/Rex_hotel
Hotel Hellsten: http://hellsten.se/en/Hotel_Hellsten
You can also look for hotels and hostels in Stockholm at www.booking.com

 

Parking: it is difficult to find parking within Stockholm city. We do not recommend bringing a car.

 

Travel

Closest airports: Arlanda airport or Bromma airport.

Ground travel from airport:
From both airports: Flygbussarna, return ticket around 200 SEK (20 Euros) https://www.flygbussarna.se/en
From Arlanda airport: Arlanda Express train, return ticket around 550 SEK (57 Euros) https://www.arlandaexpress.com/

Local travel:
To ride on all subways and buses in Stockholm, buy a SL-access card and load it with a minimum of 100 SEK (10,50 Euros) for a few trips, or buy for example a 72 hour travel card for 249 SEK (26 Euro) and travel as much as you like. More information here: https://sl.se/en/fares–tickets/