Secret Hotel invites you to participate in its first Landscape Dialogues Summer Lab, at an old farm in the beautiful hills of Mols, situated in Mols Bjerge National Park, Denmark. Deadline: 3 May. Intensive workshops by Meytal Blanaru (ISR/BE) and members from the Collective ‘Other Spaces’ (FIN), plus lectures and theory input from various fields.
The Landscape Dialogues Summer Lab, organized by the association Secret Hotel, offers 10 places for performing artists, other creatives, as well as professionals from other fields: You could be a biologist, anthropologist, sociologist, philosopher, etc. We want to invite people who wish to investigate interdisciplinary practices, which relate to concrete place, space and landscape.
The investigations will happen through sensory, experiential and somatic explorations in a number of workshops. These workshops will include exchanges of ideas, theory and practice. Also presentations will be given by the participants. The work will take place outside a lot of the time.
One aspect of interest for artistic as well as non-artistic participants could for instance be the Anthropocene, and what this notion does to our ways of relating. The Summer Lab invites the participants to try out interdisciplinary investigations of methods and modes of expression, and we will also programme time for open space, mental digesting, personal exploration and experiments.
20th August: Arrival Day, Introduction and Welcome
21st-23rd August: Feldenkrais Workshop with Meytal Blanaru
26th-28th: Workshop with members of “Other Spaces”.
24th, 25th, 29th August: Lab Days
30th August: Departure Day