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23 Feb 2020

FELT in London

On March 6th, FELT will be performed in London at Siobhan Davies Studios as part of the ‘Young Choreographer’s Evening’. More infos here: https://www.siobhandavies.com/whats-on/performance/open-choreography-performance-evening-mar20/ Image: Tim Nunn

06 Feb 2020

New work in response to exhibition ‘Ingrid Godon / I wished’ at Museum for Applied Art, Frankfurt

In response to the exhibition ‘Ingrid Godon. Ich wünschte’, which shows works by the artist Ingrid Godon and the lyricist Ton Tellegen, Elisabeth is working with young dance enthusiasts to create a choreographic work that will be shown to the public on 27 and 28 February as part of the exhibition at the Museum für Angewandte Kunst Frankfurt a.M.. ‘With dancer and choreographer Elisabeth Schilling, the young people will get to know contemporary dance and translate images, texts, feelings and […]

28 Jan 2020

AUDITION: HEAR EYES MOVE

Elisabeth Schilling is seeking 1 female and 1 male dancer to join her next group creation « HEAR EYES MOVE. Dances with Ligeti » – a choreographic interpretation of the Etudes pour Piano by composer György Ligeti. The work will be a quintet of dancers. Brian Ca will be choreographic assistant to the creation. The piece is co – commissioned by Les Théâtres de la Ville de Luxembourg, Kunstfest Weimar, Mosel Musikfestival Germany and furthermore supported by Philharmonie Luxembourg, TROIS C-L […]

14 Jan 2020

The symposium report is online!

‘One second it’s there…’ Movement, time, space and the art dance in galleries and museums A response to the event by Emmie McLuskey.  Here you can find a record and response to a day of talks, provocations, lectures and performance work instigated and produced by Tim Nunn, Elisabeth Schilling and Simone Stewart on the occasion of Schilling’s performance of ‘FELT’ at Glasgow University’s Hunterian Gallery.  ‘As with any event, it’s hard to relay or communicate an explanation or response to whole day […]

12 Jan 2020

The TEDx Talk is online!

Elisabeth’s TEDx Talk named ‘How to Experience Art: a guide to being creative.’ is now on the TED Website and available to watch here. Image: Dominika Montonen-Koivisto

08 Jan 2020

Residency in Finland

Elisabeth is currently on a residency in Finland, where she researches and works towards new projects to be developed in 2020. Workshops and performances are in planning. Dates will be published soon.

27 Dec 2019

2019 – what a year….

8 Premieres 53 Performances 20 Cities 7 Residencies 5 Countries Over 250 participants in workshops 1 Symposium 1 TED Talk 1 Dance film 2 Presentation 2 Publications   …we would like to thank everyone who visited one of our events, who supported and inspired us. 2020 will be a year full of ambitious projects and we are looking forward to welcoming and be accompanied by you on our paths, adventures and plans.  

23 Dec 2019

Happy Holidays…

Elisabeth Schilling and her team would like to wish everyone a most wonderful holiday season, hopefully filled with harmony and peace.   Our office will be closed for some days and will reopen already ‘between the years’ to prepare new adventures. We are looking forward to take you with us yet again…

02 Dec 2019

Elisabeth at TEDx Women Luxembourg City

Elisabeth has been invited to give a Talk at TEDx Women in Luxembourg City. The event will take place at the Hemicycle European Convention Centre in Luxembourg from 1-6pm. Details will be published closer to the date. Photo: Bohumil Kosthoryz

21 Nov 2019

‘Anthem Moves’ – New Work for Cooper Gallery Dundee

For the 12h Non-State Parade / International Symposium of Cooper Gallery Dundee on 30th November 2019 Elisabeth was invited to create a response to the ongoing exhibition by artist Jasmina Cibic. Together with her team, Elisabeth created the concept named ‘Anthem Moves’. The movement score will be developed from research on the implicit and explicit rules of behaviour – as well as their breaching – while anthems are being played. How do people behave and move? Which modes of affirmation and critique do they develop […]