13 > 17.06.22
CN D Pantin
Suzan Boogaerdt and Bianca van der Schoot, who trained in Amsterdam, have been working together since 1999. Known as a duo under the name Boogaerdt/VanderSchoot, their pieces, at the intersection of performance and visual arts, look at the relationship between humans, nature and technology. After exploring visual culture in the series Visual Statements (2011-2014), they worked on digital creatures in Future Fossils, and are currently developing a series entitled Rooms for Transformation.
Motion in Stillness
Inspired by several (ancient and modern) shamanistic practices of dream-incubation, in the workshop we will research stillness in motion. Similar to the hummingbird when hovering over a flower, we give focus to our bodies in motion in the midst of stillness. What can we learn from the language of our body, the language of dreaming, and the mind-body connection? How can we awaken our senses, prepare our mind and be present in the inner and outer world simultaneously? And how are the contemporary virtual worlds and our migration to the metaverse resonating with the old practices of dream incubation?
Suzan Boogaerdt & Bianca van der Schoot presents Fremdkörper during this edition of Camping.
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