May 10 – 12: 67,3% performative research seminar/Malin Arnell (SE)
Over the course of three days, artist Malin Arnell will enact a performative research seminar at Weld in Stockholm. The seminar encompasses a number of public actions, screenings and discussions that directly engage her ongoing artistic research, which is generated through live events.
Specifically, the title 67,3% performative research seminar points to the moment that this seminar occupies within the arc of her research, which currently takes place within the framework of a PhD in Choreography at University of Dance and Circus / Stockholm University of the Arts.
Arnell understands 67,3% performative research seminar as a methodology of entanglements in which each participant comes to exist within the research, and in which the movement across reenactments, presentations and conversations generates the choreographic.
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Saturday May 10
12:00 – 18:00 Malin Arnell shares and reactivates collaborations, actions and works 2010-present.
20:00 – 21:15 After, Rehearsal After (2013). Lecture performance by Malin Arnell
21:30 – late PARTY and Concert with KOEFF
Sunday May 11
11:30 – 12:00 Coffee and tea
12:00 – 12:15 Synopsis by Malin Arnell and Anna Koch
12:15 – 13:45 ‘Matt und Schlapp wie Schnee’, a critical re-reading of an avant-garde performance work by Gina Pane. Presentation with Stefanie Seibold and Teresa Maria Diaz Nerio
13:45 – 15:00 Lunch break
15:00 – 16:00 Reflect Soft Matte Discourse. Presentation with Malin Arnell, Clara López Menéndez and Ulrika Gomm
16:30 – 18:30 Dialogue with Stefanie Seibold, Teresa Maria Diaz Nerio, Malin Arnell, Clara López Menéndez and Ulrika Gomm
Monday May 12
10:00 – 10:30 Coffee and tea
10:30 – 13:00 The Oncoming Corner #14 with Katherine Brewer Ball*
13:00 – 14:15 Hosted lunch
14:15 – 16:30 How can we evaluate live events as a dissertation or dissertation as a live event? Discussion with Malin Arnell, Katherine Brewer Ball, Camilla Damkjaer, Hanna Hallgren, Lena Hammergren, Anna Koch, Efva Lilja, Teresa Maria Diaz Nerio, Stefanie Seibold, and others
*The Oncoming Corner is a series of monthly gatherings that take place in Malin Arnell’s loft in Brooklyn NY. It’s a space to share our makings, for communizing and to think together as feminists about what these terms can mean and how we can make use of their potential. During The Oncoming Corner #14 Katherine Brewer Ball will engage in a critical review and present her formal opposition of the work of Malin Arnell.
67,3% performative research seminar will be held in English.
is an artist, researcher and educator based somewhere between Stockholm, Berlin and New York. Through performative means such as repetition, duration, enactment and text she reflects upon the political and social construction of realities. Throughout her practice, Arnell emphasizes the experiences around body (her body, their body, our body), presence, participation, membership, and other affective manifestations. She was a founding member of the feminist performance group High Heel Sisters (2002-2007) and she co-founded YES! Association/ Föreningen JA! (2005-ongoing). She completed an MFA in Visual Art at Konstfack, University College of Art, Crafts and Design, Stockholm, Sweden (2003) and was a Participant in the Studio Program at the Whitney Museum Independent Study Program, New York (2009-2010). Since 2010 she is a PhD candidate in Choreography at the University of Dance and Circus / Stockholm University of the Arts and is currently a visiting scholar at the Department of Performance Studies at the Tisch School of the Arts, New York University.
Supervisors: Anna Koch, dancer/choreographer/artistic director, Weld, Stockholm and Hanna Hallgren, Senior Lecturer, Department of Social Studies, Linnaeus University, poet and literary critic.
External opponent and dialogue partner: Katherine Brewer Ball, Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow, Center for Humanities, Wesleyan University
Organized by Malin Arnell and Weld
Supported by Weld, University of Dance and Circus / Stockholm University of the Arts.