:: art ::

Video documentation of “Shadows of Tomorrow”, choreographed by Ingrid Fiksdal“Shadows of Tomorrow” is a slow burning mediation on a collective body shaped as moving surfaces, shared tangibility and recognition. It was captured at the REVOLVE Performance Art Days Festival, at REVOLVE Performance Art Days at Köttinspektionen in Uppsala, May 2017.
Video documentation of “Donnie”, choreographed by Ofelia Jarl Ortega in collaboration with Alexandra Tveit, Zinzi Buchanan and sound design / live audio by Siri Jennenfelt“Donnie” plays with intimacy, risking the transgression of interpersonal territories and the accuracy of the desiring gaze. It shifts between self-absorption and radical empathy in a constellation of ever shifting moving rituals. It was captured at the Yet Another Fine Selection Festival, MDT Stockholm, Dec 2015.
Video documentation of “On One Condition“, a solo piece by choreographer Graham Adey, performed by Dan Daw. “On One Condition” takes place in a minimalistic recreation of a domestic environment, and is an embodied narrative of the intimate biographical experience of a non-normative body pushing the boundaries of “disability”. This performance was captured during Kroppsfunktion – en koreografifestival (Sept 2015) at ccap in Stockholm. More info: http://www.kroppsfunktion.com
Video documentation of “Emotional Anatomy“, a participative movement and body awareness workshop led by Swedish choreographer Stina Nyberg.Emotional Anatomy“ explores the  translation of emotions into embodied self-awareness. It asks: where in the body resides a specific emotion, like fear or joy, and how to describe it in bodily terms? It was captured during Kroppsfunktion – en koreografifestival (Sept 2015) at ccap in Stockholm. More info: http://www.kroppsfunktion.com
Video documentation of “(im)perfekta koreografier“, a collaborative piece choreographed and performed by David Pervaz, Cristina Caprioli, Carin Elander, Emelie Johansson and Anja Arnquist. “(im)perfekta koreografier“ explores the combined embodied specificity of individual bodies, their personal vocabulary of movement and its non-normative potential, and was captured during Kroppsfunktion – en koreografifestival (Sept 2015) at ccap in Stockholm. More info: http://www.kroppsfunktion.com
Video documentation of Swedish dancer and choreographer Tove Sahlin‘s “My Own Bodies – ett skakande solo för många“, a highly participative and audience engaging piece dealing with the vulnerability of the private body in the public gaze, and the contagious and transgressive practice of shaking and stirring. This “My Own Bodies – ett skakande solo för många” performance was captured during Kroppsfunktion – en koreografifestival (Sept 2015) at ccap in Stockholm. More info: http://www.kroppsfunktion.com
Video documentation of Swedish artist and choreographer Tove Salmgren’s “Objects & Speech“, a collaborative piece combining a triptych video projection and live performance, made together with choreographers Stina Nyberg (SE) and Manon Santkin (BE). “Objects and Speech” was developed in a residency at MDT during 2014, and presented during May 2015 at DOCH. More info: http://www.mdtsthlm.se
Video documentation of Swedish choreographer Stina Nyberg’s piece “Splendour“, performed during the “Another Fine Selection” Festival (Dec 2014) at MDT in Stockholm. A collective venture into exploring the possibilities of the radical exercise of synching bodies to sound and to each other. More info: http://1200m.org/stina/
Video documentation of Belgian dancer and choreographer Manon Santkin’s solo piece “Unexplained Dances”, performed during the “Another Fine Selection” Festival (Dec 2014) at MDT in Stockholm. The audience is given the role of voicing the performer’s thoughts and the possibility to affect the outcome of the performance in real time. More info: http://www.mdtsthlm.se
Video documentation of Swedish artist and choreographer Tove Salmgren’s solo piece “I pretend that you speak”, performed during the “Another Fine Selection” Festival (Dec 2014) at MDT in Stockholm. An exploration of the dynamics of gendered dialogue and power in the enactment of a lecture situation. More info: http://www.mdtsthlm.se
Video documentation of American contemporary artist Sharon Lockhart during the opening of her solo exhibition at Bonniers Konsthall (Apr – Jun 2014) in Stockholm, followed by six companion clips to some of the exhibited artworks. More info: http://www.bonnierskonsthall.se
 
 
 
 
Video documentary of Swedish contemporary artist, composer and performer Anna E Weiser performance/installation “Connecting Space” at Place des Arts, Montréal, Canada, in the context of the “2nd International Congress on Ambiances”, September 2012. A spatial improvisational experiment with the collaboration of a unchoreographed group of volunteers. More info: http://annaeweiser.se
Video documentation of Glänta, a site-specific installation plus audio improvisation with audience participation taking place at Uppsala Cathedral (Uppsala domkyrka), during November 2012. Glänta is a collaboration between Swedish contemporary artist Monica Sand and Spanish architect and sound artist Ricardo Atienza. More info: http://playingthespace.wordpress.com
Video documentary of Vävskäl, Swedish contemporary sound artist Anna E Weiser’s spatial weaving installation at the Arkitektur- och designcentrum Stockholm, during May 2012, together with a live improvised sound and choreographic performance. More info: http://annaeweiser.se
Documentary film on the early work of Portuguese contemporary artist Francisca Carvalho. Dealing with visual metaphor and creativity in the context of the artistic relevance of drawing as a contemporary art form, this documentary was selected for the Tempsdimages Video Art Festival in Lisbon, Portugal, November 2008. More info: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1355706
Fiction short film from original script, shot in Lisbon in 2007 in the context of the joint Filmmaking course of the Deutsche Film- und Fernsehakademie Berlin (dffb) and the Program for Creativity and Artistic Creation of the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon, Portugal. More info: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2093313/
Short film, based on an extremely minimalistic approach to the ambiguous relationship between the themes of originality, homage and forgery. Based on the appropriation of a single shot consisting of the unique filmic appearance of a secondary character in Jean Luc Godard’s 1964 film “Bande à part”. This film was made in 2003 during the Philosophy &Film Studies BA at the Nova University of Lisbon.