Tanzfabrik-Berlin, May 2007
A project by Ann Rosén, Sten-Olof Hellström and Ingo
Exploration of and interaction with sound through body-movement.
Using sound based sensor techniques developed by Rosén and
Hellström performers as well visitors could use their own bodies
as a tool for generating and controlling different sounds. Together
all the sounds formed a highly responsive and interactive soundscape
that was explored first during a workshop and then in a performance-installation.
Ann Rosén, Sten Olof Hellström, Ingo Reulecke &
tanz & text - Alex Arteaga, Soundinstallation & Interactivity
- an Introduction
11. May 6 pm _Fr
12. May 8 pm _Sa
Public talk after the show with Alex Arteaga
The interactive lab will work with complex sound-bodies and put
them in relation to space- and dance bodies. It will
examine the reciprocal effects of sound and choreography.
The sound- and installation artist Ann Rosén and Sten Hellström
in collaboration with Berlin based choreographer Ingo
Reulecke and the participants of the lab will show a conceptualized
presentation as a “walk in composition”. A unilateral
reception will be reversed to offer possibilities of a deeper understanding
of body, space and sound.
Tanz und Text
Alex Arteaga, artist, lecturer at UDK, Berlin, Studio of sound art
and sound research and at ESCAC, Film University of
Katalunia, Barcelona. He is doing his Phd on art and sustainability
at Humboldt University and Oxford Brookes University as scholarship
holder of Heinrich-Böll-Foundation.
He will do an artist talk after the show on soundinstallation, choreography