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click on the image below to see the full schedule of the 9th IDOCDE symposium



click HERE to download the PDF version of the schedule

for detailed descriptions of the events, please click HERE

 

 

CORRIDOR

A sonic work by Kristian Larsen (NZ) for headphones and corridor and walking. 

Artists notes: This piece is made for listening or zoning out whilst traversing the corridor space at Impulstanz in Arsenal. But you don’t have to be there. 
It is recommended you play this work with the volume quite high. You should still be able to encounter the sounds in the environment around whilst this collage of recordings from New Zealand and Belgium play. Your attention is the mixer. 

Featuring recordings from Klaas Devos, Christina Houghton, Kristian Larsen, Yin-Chi Lee, Janaina Moraes

listen to CORRIDOR here

 

 

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SCHEDULE IN THE MAKING OUT NOW

9th IDOCDE symposium

per/mutation

practical and tactical applications in taking care of mortal dancing

July 26 - August 1, 2021: IDOCDE residency + symposium,

online and offline

“Why is measure of love loss?” writes Jeanette Winterson in Written on the Body. Reversing Winterson’s equation, we ask: “Why is the measure of loss love?”

The 2021 IDOCDE symposium is imagined as a celebration of everything, including loss + love, that has helped us continue practicing dancing since the onset of the global pandemic.

the call for contributions to the symposium and the application to the residency, including the detailed descriptions of the symposium and residency formats will be released soon!

Mind the Dance

MIND THE DANCE is a collection of essays, manuals, scores, exercises, and maps; giving voice to a multitude of stances, ideas, and applications in and around documenting movement. It aims to motivate and empower the reader-teacher-artist to use creative documenting to enhance their teaching and artistic practice.

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RADIODIE 2
This is the 2021 IDOCDE residency's second podcast, entitled RADIODIE 2. First released on Friday, July 30th, 2021. We recommend downloading the audio file before listening for a better q...
By [Multiple Creators]    2021.07.30    0    27

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RADIODIE 3
This is the 2021 IDOCDE residency's first podcast, entitled RADIODIE 1. First released on Saturday, July 31st, 2021. We recommend downloading the audio file before listening for a better...
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RADIODIE 1
This is the 2021 IDOCDE residency's first podcast, entitled RADIODIE 1. First released on Thrusday, July 29th, 2021. We recommend downloading the audio file before listening for a better...
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