JULIA RODRÍGUEZ - Later
+ DJ PULT
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“she always takes care of her contents and the space she is taking up" - At a moment when our lives are required to fit to a pre-determined outcome, be in order and in shape - how do we make and take care of containers for the unplanned?
La musea began in 2017 in Barcelona as a collaboration between Adrian Schindler, Ariadna Guiteras, Ariadna Rodriguez, Caterina Almirall, Eulàlia Rovira, Eva Rowson, Jordi Ferreiro, Lara Garcia Diaz, nyamnyam, Priscila Clementti and Sonia Fernández Pan.
Asaf Aharonson (IL) is a recent graduate of the BA Dance & Choreography programme of HZT, Berlin. Aharonson has among others collaborated and performed with Peter Pleyer, Mia Habib, Hana Erdman, Iris Erez, Tami Lebovits and Arkadie Zidas. Through his art practice he aims to prioritize spending time with others as the primary site for the generation of material for live performance.
Photo by Yair Meyochs
Photo by Dieter Hartwig
DJ-set and soundscape: Daniel Iinatti
KAI MERKE 'DJ PULT' + ghost DJ CAMILLA LIND
PHOTOS TAKEN BY KAI MERKE, PAOLO GILE & ANDREAS HAGLUND
KARIS ZIDORE (DK) is a dance- and sound artist working in the context of Danseatelier in Copenhagen. She is concerned with collective organisational strategies, social dancing/support and deconstructed dance music.
STINE FRANDSEN (DK) is a dancer and choreographer living and working in Copenhagen. Being part of the artist collectives Danseatelier, Breakfast Club and others, she is invested in collective and aesthetic learning processes with a focus on sensory and energetic explorations.
EMILIA GASIOREK (GB) is a dancer and choreographer based in Copenhagen. Through her work with Danseatelier she researches into curation and rhizomatic structures. Her work considers the body in relationship to emotion, feeling and energy, and how emotional and physical states shape the matter of bodies and worlds.
DANSEATELIER is a place and a group of 11 friends working in the field of dance and choreography in Copenhagen. The initiative origins from a need for continuity, a space for sharing of knowledge, as well as social and artistic support. Danseatelier takes steps away from individualisation and loneliness whether it's through hosting, sharing or making work. It is an ongoing organisational and creative research in collectivity, morphing with time and needs.