DOGME16

Sophie Andrea Pedersen, Thea Vamberg, Line Korsholm Nielsen, Tilia Isabella Bagger & Thomas Laumark

Studenteropgave: Semesterprojekt

Abstrakt

The following assignment revolves around the concept and event called DOGME16. It is a concept that seeks to challenge the conventional role of the audience in performance as being solely receptive. It does so by including the audience - or participants as they will be referred to - in the creative process of making a movie. The participants have to record a 60 second movie clip which will subsequently be edited together with the rest of the participants’ clips - as fragments to a joint narrative. After editing it is to be sent to an electronic music duo called Andre Tonelege who will interpret it with a musical soundtrack. The end result is to be shown at a vernissage where only the participants are invited. DOGME16 will be evaluated and discussed through theories about activated spectatorship.

UddannelserPerformance-design, (Bachelor/kandidatuddannelse) Bachelor el. kandidat
SprogDansk
Udgivelsesdato29 maj 2016
VejledereBjørn Laursen

Emneord

  • publikumsinddragelse
  • Film
  • DOGME
  • Æstetik