About this mini-worksharing
How do we reflect upon our own work and artistic practice? and can this kind of reflective work unfold in the presence of colleagues?
At this mini-worksharing we meet a group of artists who work in a cross field of choreography, performance and visual art in the middle of their 2 week residency at HAUT. The focus of the residency is a performative reflection process where the artists embody each other's artistic practices as a way of physically reflecting upon their own artistic work and the modes of productions they are created within.
With coffee and croissants on the table we dive into a conversations with the artists to learn about their findings. We hope this artistic research spikes your curiosity and you want to start the day together with us.
Datamoshing is the title of a performative reflection process initiated by Emilie Gregersen. During a two-week residency together with Marina Dubia, Sigrid Stigsdatter, Paolo De Venicia and Cruz Proxy, the group will be interweaving and embodying each other's artistic practices as a way of physically reflecting upon their own artistic work and the modes of productions they are created within.
The title Datamoshing is a reference to the process of messing with the data of media files creating visual or auditory glitching effects when a file is decoded or rendered. This residency is a self-produced glitch in time, a distortion of speed, where it’s dared to be critical of one's own patterns and ways of practicing and producing art.
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