What characterizes the work of the scenographer in the field of dramatic arts today? Which problems concern today’s scenographers? Which vocabulary exists to discuss scenography and the role of the scenographer? These are some of the questions that will be explored during the seminar Scenografi!
Information(Objekt ID 24025)
|Produced by||BIT Teatergarasjen, Proscen|
|Running period||October 27, 2011 — October 27, 2011|
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There are a number of models that suggest how scenographers and directors or choreographers may work together in creating the visual expression of a performance. The scenographer often takes the script or the director’s artistic idea as a point of departure, and translates that idea into a visual image. The scenographer often represents a "sparring partner” for the director or the choreographer.
In many companies, it is common that the artists create the scenography together, instead of involving a scenographer in the project, or the scenographer may be involved from a very early stage, and thus contributes to the creation of all parts of the performance. There are also different kinds of collective models, where the scenographer becomes an actively contributing stage artist. During this seminar, three scenographers - Signe Becker, HC Gilje and Carle Lange will shed light on their working methods. Director Victoria H. Meirik will talk about the way she works with space, and the seminar will explore the theater critic’s relation to the work of the scenographer in the subsequent panel discussion.
BIT Teatergarasjen, bit-teatergarasjen.no, 17.10.2011, http://www.bit-teatergarasjen.no/article/436
|Signe Becker||– Performer|
|Hans Christian Gilje||– Performer|
|Jan Landro||– Performer|
|Carle Lange||– Performer|
|Victoria H. Meirik||– Performer|
|Charlotte Myrbråthen||– Performer|
|Silje Sandodden Kise||– Partner|
|October 27, 2011 14:00 – Logen Bar||METEOR – seminar|
|METEOR||October 27, 2011|