Choreographic Clues reflects the political potential of scores and game structures to redesign and practice other realities. Conceived this time as a morning training, the practice begins by warming up inside existing training and game frameworks and in a second step invites to bend and undo rules; playfully redesigning systems borrowed from everyday life, dance practices and games. The basic principle is that everything is already there – we just need to shift a little bit (or sometimes more). We will pay attention to things like flow, contingency, participation, agency, reality-glitch, and game-time. The participants will engage own interests with the aim to initiate score/game constructions that can continue developing also after the days we spend together.
plays with time and perception inside choreography, game-design and arts-based research. She works with a media independent but site- and context-specific approach ranging between stage, gallery, public space, institutional in-between spaces and online. Her work has been co-produced and presented by for instance Tanzquartier Wien, WUK, brut, Brunnenpassage, City Games Vienna, MDT, Dansens Hus, Moderna Museet Stockholm. Ruth regularly mentors, teaches and gives lectures at for instance Tanzquartier Wien, DOCH/Uniarts Stockholm, Academy of Music and Drama Gothenburg, Zürcher Hochschule der Künste and Raw Matters, Vienna. She graduated from the Royal Swedish Ballet school, holds an MFA in Choreography from DOCH/Uniarts Stockholm and is a PhD student in Artistic Research at the University of Applied Arts in
During the lockdown, advanced level formats aimed at dance and performance professionals continue to take place at TQW Studios. In order to participate the 2,5G rule applies: vaccinated, recovered or PCR-tested.