is a dance performance, a dance(d) guide through the collection of events from the choreographic work by 39 choreographers.
You can arrange the appointment of the dance(d) guide by contacting us here.
Dance as a museum.
Dance as an archive.
Dance as a document.
Choreography as a museum.
Choreography as an archive.
Choreography as a document.
Affect as a museum.
Affect as an archive.
Affect as a document.
Dance is a museum.
Dance is an archive.
Dance is a document.
Choreography is a museum.
Choreography is an archive.
Choreography is a document.
Affect is a museum.
Affect is an archive.
Affect is a document.
Event Museum takes the statement by Papež from the meeting game M: “A moment becomes an event when it invents its own documentation”, as a slogan and a starting point.
Event Museum is a third part of Trip Tych
Event Museum is inspired by a Nelson Valmor installation “Posta(vl)janje”
Event Museum is a part of an artistic endeavour, exploration, research entitled “Choreographic archive as a sensorial/sensual object” by Sonja Pregrad and DISCOllective.
Produced by International Dance Terrorist Organization
DISCOproduced by World
Choreographers and their work
All the choreographers are now members of DISCOllective. Some works are available in the original form while the others have found other forms to continue to exist.
Above mentioned proposals are from DISCOllective. Below you will find proposals by the members of DISCOllective.
Curio Kitheca – Plasma – kinesthetic intelligence game with many formats
Timon Jelen – M – the game of meetings. Also the documenting and documentary program.
Tehvan Ratsanik – Obed – voice, breath, movement, memory, imagination, storytelling at play in the play of relations
Norbert Sven Fö – Predelano življenje – take life, make performance
Srečko Jorš – Na stalnem naslovu najinega početja
Nelson Valmor – M
Egidio Peano – Nuca – the vulnerability point of a relation
Ling Mu – Brown Motion – get that disorder dance (for) you
Pola Pautan – Task – 7 steps to make a choreography
All the artistic work uses extensively the lines of work comprised in upri.se which is also dubbed Principlay. Which means that all the choreographic work consist of elements that can as well be taken as educational, reflecting, organizing, political, playing tool.
Actually what we propose at Event Museum is to understand that being creative means you need to co-produce the conditions to create, teach yourself how to do it, reflect as you are doing it, do the research.
These tools are open knowledge tools or as we like to call them: proposals. Welcome to explore them in your own way and under your own terms.
Principlay also aims to show that all the actions are co-actions, and at Event museum we find this understanding more important than the authorship, who “created” it or “devised” it. And to immediately be clear: we do think claiming and addressing authorship is important. We think that there are many ways to explore that issue beside through authors’ rights.