In conjunction with mur.at’s Skillsharing Herbst, Eva Ursprung and Helen Varley Jamieson are giving an UpStage presentation and workshop.
Eva Ursprung reflektiert über ihre Erfahrungen als Gastkünstlerin in der Villa Walberta im Rahmen dem europäischen Kooperationsprojekt “Mobilise/Demobilise”.
The Taking Space worklab took place on 29 and 30 April 2023, with participants in Malmö (Sweden), Graz (Austria), Paris (France), and Whakatu/Nelson and Dunedin (Aotearoa New Zealand). We worked in UpStage and Jitsi to explore performance materials, research ideas and theatre exercises. More documentation to follow.
In the last weekend of April, the Mobilise/Demobilise artists will gather online and at physical locations in Malmö and Graz to explore the theme “Taking Space” in online and hybrid performance experiments.
Eva Ursprung and Alexandra Gschiel from the Graz team travelled to Sweden to meet and work with the InterAkt crew.
A collaborative work session with the theme “Connecting Worlds” will be held in November 2022.
Mobilise/Demobilise was presented at the Transit Festival, Denmark, from 6 to 12 June in the form of an installation. Using animated text, audio and mirrors, the installation created an immersive reflective space that invites contemplation. What mobilises you? What displaces you? What do you mourn for? What do you yearn for? Around the world the …
“The UpStage Situation: Mobilised!” is the title of Helen’s talk at this festival, based in Tehran.
During the first quarter of 2022, Eva Ursprung and Sara Larsdotter Hallqvist have been artists in residence at the Villa Waldberta in Feldafing, near Munich, at the invitation of Magdalena München and the Culture Department of the City of Munich. This has been an important time for reflecting on Mobilise/Demobilise thus far, and planning our …
We are delighted to present Mobilise/Demobilise for the second time at the Stuttgarter Filmwinter, on 16 January 2022.