Adriana la selva

Adriana la selva
Ghent University | UGhent · Department of Art, Music and Theatre Studies

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Introduction
Adriana is working as principal researcher on a FWO-funded research project at S:PAM_ Ghent University, in collaboration with IPEM (Institute for Psychoacoustics and Electronic Music), investigating what it means to develop, practice and perform an archive through the activation of Odin Teatret’s embodied legacy, by addressing the transmission of embodied practices through digital and virtual media and dramaturgical approaches to archival practices.

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This collaborative writing presents the ways in which practitioner-researchers from Cross Pollination (CP), an international arts research platform with a focus on knowledge exchange, create nomadic and temporary laboratory spaces. It is argued that the encounter between different experiences of performative craft generates epistemic insights that...
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This multi-authored text aims to both reflect and reflect upon the polyphonic praxis of Cross Pollination (CP), a nomadic laboratory promoting dialogues in-between different arts practices. CP was established in 2017 by Marije Nie and Adriana La Selva, performers and scholars with a longstanding connection to Nordisk Teaterlaboratorium (Denmark). O...
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Many practitioner-researchers have built up a constellation of experience, practice, techniques and knowledge regarding the art of the performer and its relation to society at large. However, many contemporary performers, theatermakers and researchers have an isolated, fragmented, production-oriented practice and experience little context around th...
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The Bridge of Winds is an ensemble of actors and theatre artists from South America, Europe and Asia, that, guided by Iben Nagel Rasmussen (Odin Teatret’s actress), has been since 1989 researching and exploring the complexity of the actor's stage presence through a psychophysical training based mainly on 5 physical exercises. The group meets to wor...

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