BODY (UN)MUTE


presented by ICK Dans Amsterdam

Thu 28 & Fri 29 MAY, 2020



Bogomir Doringer curates a two-day online festival that looks into the rituals of dancing and masking in times of social distancing.

How do these rituals happen in online space? What are the solutions that can empower us and activate our bodies? How do we navigate through this switch between private and public space?  What kind of knowledge and ideas can we extract from new media artists and dancers? Together, we will create an online experience that stays part of our memory as festivals do.

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Last few months, our movements and ways of communicating have been impacted by a global crisis. Distances between our bodies in public and private spaces have been regulated by new measurements. Our freedom of movement is on hold. Dancing became possible only in private, and suddenly it has a different meaning and context. It introduced another form of visibility, “performing” for the web camera on our online meetings, dates, events. In the beginning, it felt weird and awkward, but we are adjusting to it. Now it is time to emancipate the online body and get a deeper understanding of the new realness. It is time to unmute the body.





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►PROGRAM



Thu 28 May

 CEST


19.30: Welcome and introduction by Bogomir Doringer

19.45: To the Aching Parts! (Manifesto) – Performance by Ania Nowak

20.00: Choreographic ontologies: pandemics and freedom to move – talk by Dr. Kelina Gotman

20.30: Q&A with Kelina Gotman and ICK dancer Edward Lloyd

21:00: Dancing the Pizzica – talk and performance by Emio Greco and Beatrice Cardone

21.30: Emotional Porn – Exhibition of the Self – Performance by Keren Rosenberg

Fri 29 May

CEST


19.00:  Augmented Reality Makeover Party – Workshop by Jeremy Bailey.
  Due limited capacity, please register at info@ickamsterdam.nl

20.00: Welcome and introduction by Bogomir Doringer

20.15: Artist Talk by Jeremy Bailey

20.45: Pique Nique pour les Inconnues: The CHORUS VERSION – screening by Rosa Menkman

21.00: A Conversation with Katy Roseland, co- founder of Shanghai Community Radio

21.45: DJ set by Sierra Lima (Shanghai Community Radio)




JEREMY BAILEY

► TALK & WORKSHOP

Augmented Reality Makeover Party

Simple, easy, and stunning, this workshop will have you letting loose and catching fabulous looks using the latest tools tips and tricks to augment, transgress and queer your identity using Augmented Reality(AR). Become a drag unicorn or whatever else you can imagine. Famous New Media Artist Jeremy Bailey will walk you through step by step to create and perfect your own AR look, so you can stand out from the crowd at your next zoom party or corporate webinar.


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Jeremy Bailey is a Toronto-based self-proclaimed Famous New Media Artist. "Since the early noughties, Bailey has ploughed a compelling, and often hilarious, a road through the various developments of digital communications technologies."(Morgan Quaintance, Rhizome) Bailey has performed and exhibited all over the world, from bathrooms in Buffalo to museums in Moscow.

KEREN ROSENBERG

► LIVE PERFORMANCE

Emotional Porn
– Exhibition of the Self. 


The recent digital revolution has brought us to constantly produce visuals of ourselves which are strongly influenced by conventions of age, gender, sexuality, nationality, and social positioning. For Body (UN)mute Keren Rosenberg will create a live performative act questioning what it means to perform for a camera. Where does the body finish and the screen starts? An audiovisual art installation which explores our social obsession in self-exposure through the use of modern technology.

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Keren Rosenberg (IL) is an Amsterdam based performer, choreographer and movement researcher. With her artistic voice, she articulates a physical and sociopolitical gaze over the body and the environment it functions in. She creates experiences between night-club and stage, between rock concert and exhibition hall. Keren has been performing her work in the Netherlands as well as internationally, she is an artist in residence at Dansmakers Amsterdam, supported by the Nieuwe Makersregeling, Performing Arts Fund.