Innovative collaborations and new performance formats
New and experimental performance formats demand innovative collaborations providing a platform to generate original roles and relationships. From the gathering of the individual’s contributive input, to the assembling and amalgamation of collaborative interactions, the alliance forms a new artistic object, a tool, to be further used by future creators.
What environments promote innovative collaborations and/or how do inventive collaborations change the artistic landscape?
To what extent do these original collaborative relationships challenge existing roles and foster new skill sets?
In such specific innovative collaborative projects, how may the process encourage new methods of communication for the transfer of knowledge?
11u welcome by Winnie Huang, doctoral research of CREATIE
11.15u Performance-lecture 3: Caitlin Rowley (composer-performer – AU) – Josh Spear (performance artist – UK)
Bastard Assignments: Collaborative processes for developing artist identity
12u small break
12u10 Performance-lecture 4: Dr. Annie Hui Hsin Hsieh (composer – AU) – Kathryn Williams (flute – UK)
13u lunch break in Witte Foyer
13u 30 lunch concert with Kobe Van Cauwenberghe (BE) and Marco Fusi (IT)
Kobe and Marco will show the results of some workshops they have been organising with students from the Royal Conservatoire Antwerp.
Kobe Van Cauwenberghe: Anthony Braxton – Language Music
Marco Fusi: Musicking – Collaborative Creation of New Music
14u45 Performance-lecture 5: Dr. Andy Ingamells (composer-performer – UK)
Up Down Left Right
15u30 Performance-lecture 6: Winnie Huang (violin, performance – AU) and Dr. Jessie Marino (composer-performer – US)
Innovative Collaboration in Musical-Gestural Works
16u45 panel with Winnie Huang (AU), Jessie Marino (US), Marco Fusi (IT), Charlie Sdraulig (AU) and Kobe Van Cauwenberghe (BE)
18u15 dinner break
20u concert CREATIE
Winnie Huang (performance) – Jessie Marino
Marco Fusi (violin) – Patricia Allesandrini
Ine Vanoeveren (flute), Karin de Fleyt (alto flute) and Esther Rispens (voice) – Paolo Galli
Dries Meerts (saxophone) – Umut Eldem
Chiara Saccone (piano) – Daniela Fantechi
Kyle Hutchins (saxophone) – Dan Tramte