Performance Studio. An AV-Documented Experimental Platform

Performance Studio Leader

Helmi Vent

Project Partners

LIA – Lab Inter Arts
Focus area “Science&Art”, Study programme – Mediating Comtemporary Music. ConTempOhr

Performance Lab Participants

Marilia Almeida, Irina Dannenberg, Sophia Fischbacher, Saskia Muriel Gompf, Katharina Grießer, Stefanie Grutschnig, Johanna Heller, Tobias Hofer, Manuel Riemelmoser, Christian Schuhbeck, Ramona Schulz, Julia Süß, Marena Weller

Project Enrollment

Participants may enroll in the lab as an optional or elective course or as a complementary subject to one’s major

AV Documentation 

Camera: Stefan Aglassinger, Toldy Miller
Second Unit: Martin Gerhard Hantich, Georg Pircher, Mike Übleis, Veronika Wieser
Sound: Martin Gerhard Hantich
Boom Operator: Jan Fredrich
Lighting Design: Georg Götz
Lighting Assistant: Stefan Ebner
Editing Concept: Helmi Vent
Editing: Veronika Wieser
Color Correction: Tobias Meister

Film Production

Helmi Vent
LIA - Lab Inter Arts

Locations

The opera studio, stairways, hallways, cellar and seminar spaces at the University Mozarteum;
The seminar room at the YoCo Youth Center in the Gstättengasse in Salzburg

Lab Meeting Period

Every Wednesday 18:30 – 20:30, from 4 November 2015 until 27 January 2016
Individual meetings (“Tea times”) by appointment


An “Interdisciplinary Project” on the focus area “Science&Art”, University of Salzburg and Mozarteum University Salzburg, featuring a summary of lab excerpts in the film “Hätte Hätte Fahrradkette. A Performance Lab” (see Trailer).

Performance Studio Content

Guided and unstructured space-sound-body explorations; the presentation of an excerpt of an artistically oriented ‘work’ (e.g. musical, choreographic, artistic, literary) from the participants’ repertoire; guided experiments using the presented repertoire excerpts: Composition–DeComposition–ReComposition; directing suggestions for performative input; film documentation of the lab’s entire processes;
instructions for the development and implementation of performative concepts for one’s own artistic works, alone and in dialogue; mutual contemplation of individual performative attempts;
Small groups and individual coaching; Discussion of the socially relevant and socio-cultural possibilities of the lab work that was experienced; analysis and evaluation of audiovisual excerpts; new contextualizations of the raw AV material, based on artistic and esthetic research questions (optional)

Flyer Performance Studio Info

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