residencies for Igor Koruga & Anna Dubljevic, Ludvig Daae, kunststoff, Elina Pirinen

residencies for Igor Koruga & Anna Dubljevic, Ludvig Daae, kunststoff, Elina Pirinen

In the frame of their Summer Coaching program, workspacebrussels invited four artists/collectives to have a residency in Brussels from July 15 – August 10, 2013.

The artists were

Igor Koruga and Anna Dubljevic, nominated from the LLB partner Uferstudios Ludvig Daae, nominated from MDT Stockholm
kunststoff, nominated by LLB partner danceWEB
Elina Pirinen, nominated from Zodiak in Helsinki

The residencies focused on meeting and exchange as well as a coaching and mentoring. Together with the artists, workspacebrussels defined a coaching trajectory and invited different experts to accompany the reisdents. The residencies concluded with a showing.

Igor Koruga and Anna Dubljevic worked on their latest production “Practice what you pitched”, a pitch-performance that was later presented in the frame of AUSUFERN event of Uferstudios in Berlin on August 31, 2013. Pitch-performance is a performing arts piece that is made, done and works as a pitch. „Practice what you pitch“ is a part of artistic research on ways to use performing arts for public speaking.
Read their activity report in the right column.

kunsstoff is a collective of four artists (Waltraud Brauner, Raffaela Gras, Christina Huber, Stefanie Sternig) working together since January 2012. With different approaches they work on the basis of collective authorship and of process-ortiented work. During their residency in Brussels they further developed the performance “Krawalle und Hiebe” (riots and strokes) that is dedicated to the question of the perspectives of resistance in protest culture.

Elina Pirinen worked on her performance “Personal Symphonic Moment“ that is born, lives and is destroyed through the extremly faithful and yet unfaithful relationship of choreographer, three dancers, a writer and a light designer to this enormous musical work.

15.07.13 - 10.08.13


supported/organized by workspacebrussels