Thu, Oct 13|
Hybrid Space Residency Showings
Performance of international artists in the field of hybrid art
Zeit & Ort
Oct 13, 2022, 7:00 PM
Linz, Sonnensteinstrasse 11-13, 4040 Linz, Austria
Über die Veranstaltung
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What are the most important prerequisites for (intimate, touching, ...) connections between
an online and a real audience?
Which aspects of the hybrid can be integrated into performance and dance?
In the summer, 3 artists* answered these and many other questions as part of their
Residencies in Sonnenstein Loft after. The global pandemic had the word 'hybrid' in 2020
popular in the creative and cultural industries and a change more artistic
forms of expression made necessary. Red Sapata has this social and artistic
Development picked up and the "hybrid space project" designed. From over 60 international
Submissions from 21 countries were able to convince the following 3 artists, their work, you
work in progress, will be presented this evening.
What are the key requirements for (intimate, touching, ...) connections between an online and a
real audience? Which aspects of the hybrid can be realized in performance and dance?
From over 60 international submissions from 21 countries, the following 3 artists* were able to
convince, their works, their work in progress, will be presented on this evening.
TOMO SONE, JAPAN
Working title: "Times and Places"
LORENZO MORANDINI, ITALY
Working title: "S"
Concept, choreography, dance: Eva-Maria Kraft
Composition, live music : Rupert Huber
additionally in the program live performance:
Aleksandra Krzekotowska, Melanie Sidhu, Ashley do Rego:
Work in Progress Showing: Skins in hybrid spaces
about the LIVE PERFORMANCE by Eva-Maria Kraft and Rupert Huber:
Real and digitally depicted bodies, phygital bodies and data bodies, which form a non/human language of movement, meet live electronic music from digital sound generators and the digital transmission of other real spaces. These correlate with the streamed reality that can be experienced in space, interweave and intertwine and merge into a whole in the live performance.
Real and digitally imaged bodies, phygital bodies and data bodies, which form a non-/human language of movement, meet live electronic music played from digital sound generators and the digital transmission of further real spaces.