Christiane Schwinge | Meike Klapprodt | Nora Elberfeld | Yasmin Calvert
DANCE STATION 2.0 – A HOLIDAYCAMP
WORKSHOPWEEK FOR KIDS AGE 9 AND OLDER
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Who has the nicest photo, the best post, the most likes? The artistic week-long workshop Dance Station 2.0 – A Holiday Camp explores the many aspects of presenting oneself on social media platforms: why do people always show themselves from their best side on Instagram, TikTok or YouTube? Why compare yourself with others? Why build alternative identities? Is it all really about being liked? Does one’s own image of oneself change in the process? Together with choreographers Meike Klapprodt and Nora Elberfeld, as well as media pedagogue Christiane Schwinge, participants can develop their own choreographies and video clips. These will then be reworked into a dance performance to be presented on stage at the end of the camp.
Open for all age 9 and older | no prior experience needed | participation free of charge
Registration until 30.09. at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Information about the event
|Price||participation free of charge|
|Location||Kampnagel - K3|
Nora ElberfeldAside from working as a dancer and choreographer, she also teaches contemporary dance, improvisation and composition and has initiated performance projects e.g. with prisoners and girls with anorexia.
Based on her interest in the idea that performers always know more than the audience, she will be exploring this imbalance during her residency as a form of conspiracy that is automatically inherent in the performance arts. What kinds of structures develop when one group knows more than the others? When does a conspiracy become stronger than its source and in doing so infiltrate its own origins in the process?