12.28.2018

1+1=3 Announces Swedish spring dates





Curatorial Mutiny are proud to announce a set of 1+1=3 brainwave performances in Sweden in spring 2019 using the EEGsynth. The first performance takes place at Folkteatern in Gothenburg February 2. You can book your ticket here or here. The performance is divided into two parts and uses new technology and new concepts. Another performance will take place at Kulturhuset Fyren, Kungsbacka on March 23, 1.30pm. The project is part of INES in Halland, Sweden. A third event is scheduled for Galleri Ekdahl, Karlstad on May 25. The group will also perform at Nobelmuseum in Stockholm as part of the project V8skan. Dates will be announced here shortly. True to the 1+1=3 philosophy, each event will be realized by a different group of performers.

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12.26.2018

Baroque Architecture and Submission at Dansens Hus

 

“Baroque Architecture and Submission“ with Carima Neusser, Adriano Wilfert Jensen and Laura Oriol are in residency at Dansens hus February 25 - March 1.

Together they will develop the performance that investigates spaces: imaginary and real, in the body and in architecture. In it two dancers move slowly without interacting with each other. They move from tableau to tableau and we do not know if they are afflicted by inhumane apathy, dumbstruck by a pleasure avalanche or blissfully following a heavenly light in their souls. The project is born from Choreographer Carima Neusser’s meeting with baroque churches. Through the spaces and images she investigates how the architecture of the church seeks out infinity, ecstasy and dissolution of the self.

You can read an interview with Carima Neusser where she discusses the project here.

The project is done by and with: choreographer Carima Neusser, dancer Adriano Wilfert Jensen, dancer Laura Oriol, performer Rasmus Raphaëlle Östeberg, architect Isabella Pasqualini, light designer Mira Svanberg, music composer Siri Jennefelt, scenographer Sofia Romberg and costume designer Emilia Rota.

11.06.2018

More Mexican and Brazilian Collaboration




 

We are proud to announce that The Swedish Arts Council supports Curatorial Mutiny's work in Mexico and Brazil. We will travel to perform with wonderful partners in Sao Paulo and Mexico City this winter and the coming spring. It is exciting for us to return and present work that has been developed in Europe for an audience in these exciting cities. More details about times and venues soon.

CM in Finland and Norway



We will travel with our partner Vision Forum to two Nordic workshops. We will be in Bergen and Oslo November 21-27, preparing for future projects that build on experiences from “Our Need for Consolation” and “Baroque Architecture.” We will also be working with Finnish, Norwegian and Italian partners in Jakobstad in Northern Finland November 21-25. The meeting is organised by our long-standing partner Energiverket.

10.04.2018

Baroque Architecture and Submission in Malmö


Baroque Architecture and Submission shows the outcome of their two-week residency in Malmö on October 12 at 3pm. Please sign up for this free event by contacting Dansstationen.

Baroque Architecture and Submission is a performance that investigate spaces: imaginary and real, in the body and in architecture.  In it two dancers move slowly without interacting with each other. They move from tableau to tableau and we do not know if they are afflicted by inhumane apathy, dumbstruck by a pleasure avalanche or blissfully following a heavenly light in their souls. Baroque Architecture and Submission is born from Choreographer Carima Neusser’s meeting with baroque churches in Central America. Through the spaces and images she investigates how the architecture of the church seeks out infinity, ecstasy and dissolution of the self.

The project is supported by The Swedish Arts Grants Committee, The City of Stockholm and The Swedish Arts Council 

9.19.2018

New Eyes at Rönnells





Curatorial Mutiny and our partners at Vision Forum are proud  to announce the presentation of the performance New Eyes at Rönnells in Stockholm on September 27 at 7pm (Entrance 100 sek). The performance is the outcome of a research trip in Mexico, the US and Brazil by choreographer Carima Neusser, visual artist Per Hüttner, composer Siri Jennefelt with the support of Amina Neusser.


The performance includes newly composed music, choreography, slideshows, smells, tastings and videos. Inspiration is taken from from baroque churches, Mexican soap operas, research on bats, meetings with representatives of the Apache nation, street food and modernist Brazilian literature. The work is like the journey it describes: it that can not be understood rationally, but has to be experiences with all five senses – just as you cannot seize the magic of the night without allowing madness to enter your mind.


The artists synthesize an experience for the audience by extracting four moods or situations. Based on these, they create collages where different impression merge into new constellations. In each part, the artists start from impressions, feelings paradoxical and interconnected phenomena instead trying to recount what they experienced rationally.

The project is funded by Helge Ax:son Johnsons stiftelse, The City of Stockholm, The Swedish Arts Grants committee and the Swedish Arts Council.

9.05.2018

Curatorial Mutiny at Studio Crasher

Curatorial Mutiny members Carima Neusser and Per Huttner were interviewed by Associate Professor Kit Messham-Muir of the Curtin University, Perth, Australia in Los Angeles. They talk about their practice and about the work that they were undertaking in the US and Brazil.