Fernanda Branco, “Environment Embodiment – Where Does the Body End Where Does the World Start?” Part 1 & 2, Performative presentation and open discussion forum. Department of Theatre.
Environment Embodiment – resonances of bodies
A performative presentation of Fernanda Branco’s research Environment embodiment – towards enchanted narratives. Exposing how research practices can find a stream into performativity by sharing embodied practices dialoguing with relations of inner and out experiences. Focusing on the fluidity state of listening, on resonances, on skin perceptions, on blurriness of borders.
The performative presentation explores resonances and confluences with the musician Stephan Meidell and his artistic research, while opens ways for traces and documentation with the visual artist Hilde Flikke.
The intention is to share some of Fernanda’s artistic practice and her new insights from encountering somatic embodied knowledges and micro-phenomenology method. While using performative structures and methods intending to create a full event experience. A hybrid format of a performative presentation and open discussion forum, divided in two sessions with a break in the middle.
Stephan Meidell is a PhD. Candidate Artistic Research at the The Grieg Academy, Bergen
Hilde Flikke is a visual artist and long collaborator with Branco
Gunhild Mathea Husvik-Olaussen (KHIO)