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On 26 February Elisabeth will give a workshop around her new piece and on 28 February a research performance in the Anatomy Rooms, City Moves Dance Agency.
Image: Martine Pinnel
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In February, Elisabeth will be in residence in Manderscheid in the Eifel in Germany to continue working towards her production ‘TextureBodyTexture’.
Image: Bohumil Kostohryz
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‘I firmly believe that whatever initiates movement, this impulse is reflected in the presence of the dancer. Therefore it is interesting to think about the relationship between body, presence and artificial intelligence’. E.Schilling
Many thanks to the Junge Akademie der Akademie der Wissenschaften und der Literatur in Mainz for the initiation and organisation of the event. It was an enriching experience to share my passion for the art form of dance with academics from the fields of literature, robotics, neuroscience and Islamic studies and be inspired by the conversations before and after the event.
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Finissage ‘Life must be danced’ – ‘Watz of the sciences’
23 January, 6 pm, Academy of Sciences and Literature, Mainz
Shortly before the start of the new Year of Science ‘Artificial Intelligence’, the Young Academy wants to take up forms of expression of dance from the point of view of different sciences and discuss the interrelations and synergies between dance, science and artificial intelligence in the finissage of the exhibition ‘Man muss das Leben tanzen’.
With the sciences a language can be found, not only for the description of the aesthetic and content diversity of dance as an art form, but also for the expression of the interactions between dance and artificial intelligence and the consequences of this interaction, which is best suited to explore the possibilities of artificial intelligence and to point out its limits.
Aglaia Bianchi: Is it possible to dance death? Dances of the Dead and Death Tangoes
Daniel Potthast: Dance in Islam – Pious Work or Sin?
Kristina Lippmann: Rhythm and brain – neuroscientific perspectives of dance
Kalman Graffi: Alexa, dance with me! About the future of dance in the digital age
Followed by Fish Bowl discussion with the lecturers and with Christina Globke, Elisabeth Schilling.
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Elisabeth has started a new creation with London based choreogapher Quang Kien Van. This new work is inspired by Yvonne Rainer’s iconic ‘No Manifesto’.
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We wish you a harmonic and quiet holiday season, a wonderful Christmas as well as all the very best for the coming year!
2019 is another year full of creative adventures and we hope that you will continue accompanying us on those paths.
We are already looking forward to seeing you again!
Elisabeth Schilling & Team
Image: Hannah Ma Dance / Nussknacker / Théâtre National Luxembourg
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From Tuesday 11th December – Friday 14th December, Elisabeth will teach classical ballet for professionals at TROIS CL, Centre de Création Chorégraphique Luxembourgeois.
More infos on: www.danse.lu
Image: Bohumil Kostohryz
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3 du TROIS, 3rd December 2018, TROIS C-L, Centre de Création Chorégraphique Luxembourgeois
Introducing their research ‚TextureBodyTexture‘, Elisabeth Schilling and Mélanie Planchard propose an experiential exhibition, that gives insights into their occupation of how a diversity of textures move the body and how, in turn, the body moves them.
The exhibition will thus invite the audience to heighten a critical awareness of the qualities of texture, bodies and space, how they meet and inform each other – and their impact – as they are experienced and inhabited. With their research, the artists will thus engage the public in a dialogue about the importance of dance, embodied movement, space and architecture. This exhibition is accompanied by a small performance, which will be the first ever sharing of the ideas around the work ‚TextureBodyTexture‘, which will premiere in April 2018 at the Circle Cité 2019.
More infos on: www.danse.lu
Photography: Martine Pinnel
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Elisabeth will teach professional class in luxembourg at the TROIS C-L, Centre de Création Chorégraphique Luxembourgeois in the coming week. The class will take place from 10 – 11.30. am at the Banannefabrik, Bonnevoie.
Here a comment by a recent student of Elisabeth’s:
” The ballet class gave me space to explore. I could follow my own interests within movement in the barre/center work, as well as being able to take in the detailed personal and general feedback from Elisabeth. I thoroughly enjoyed moving with breath and ease and really dancing within ballet again.” Kathryn Hewison, Leeds
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