북서울미술관 커뮤니티갤러리와 야외 공원 (지도)
국제적인 무용가이자 안무가인 엘리스 셰퍼드는 장애와 춤추는 신체에 대한 일반적인 이해에 도전하는 동작을 선보인다. 셰퍼드는 장애, 성, 인종의 교차점을 장애인 예술, 문화, 역사와 관계 맺고, ‘차이/다름’이 사회적, 문화적으로 중요한 의미가 있는 이유를 탐구한다. 셰퍼드는 영국의 발레 심루, 지댄스, 마크 브루와 프로젝트를 진행했다. 미국에서는 마자니 포테, 앰비댄스, 인피디티 댄스 시어터, 스티브 팩스턴등과 작업했다. 셰퍼드의 작품은 크립시, 풀 래디어스 댄스 컴패니, 모멘타 댄스 컴패니 등에서 커미션 되었다.
사라 헨드렌과 엘리스 셰퍼드는 북서울미술관 근방의 공공시설과 건축물의 경사로 유무와 접근성을 사전 조사했으며, 세미나 참가자들과 함께 조사 활동을 이어가고자 한다. 세미나는 사라 헨드렌의 <끼어든 경사로>를 무대 삼아 안무가 엘리스 셰퍼드가 펼치는 공연으로 시작한다. 이어 두 작가와 참가자들은 북서울미술관 근방을 함께 행진하며 주거 지역과 상업 지역에 일시적으로 개입한다. 매핑 워크숍에서는 휠체어 사용자들의 공간 접근성을 시각화하는 지도를 만든다. Cheap Football Jerseys 강연에서는 사라 헨드렌의 장기 프로젝트인 <끼어든 경사로>와 관련된 연구 내용을 소개한다.
투어(60분) → 매핑 워크숍(60분) → 강연(60분)
Uncertainty School Seminar 3 will feature Sara Hendren, a design researcher and Alice Sheppard, a choreographer and dancer.
09.03, 11:00am — 2:00pm
Community Gallery and Park, Buk Seoul Museum of Art (map)
Collaboration between Sara Hendren and Alice Sheppard began with a ramp for Kinetic Light, developed at Olin College where Hendren teaches. Based on Sheppard’s idea, Cheap NFL Jerseys students collaboratively sketched, 3D designed and fabricated surfaces and support structures. The result is nothing like a typical flat stage. It’s closer to skateboarder’s ramps. The project also developed through a collaboration with a Physics professor, Yevgeniya Zastavker.
Alice Sheppard is a world-renowned dancer and choreographer, creates movement that challenges conventional understandings of disabled and dancing bodies. Engaging with disability arts, culture and history, Sheppard attends to the complex intersections of disability, gender, and race by exploring the societal and cultural significance of difference. Sheppard has danced in projects with Ballet Cymru, GDance, and Marc Brew in the United Kingdom. In the United States, She has worked with Marjani Forté, MBDance, Infinity Dance Theater, and Steve Paxton. Her work has been commissioned by CRIPSiE, Full Radius Dance Company, and MOMENTA Dance Company.
“Alice Sheppard uses a wheelchair, but not just to get from one place to another. She’s built a life around transforming it into a vehicle for self-expression… “This is entirely new in the field; it’s groundbreaking,” Sheppard said. “It dramatically extends the known ranges of the technique. We’re in a completely new territory.” – Boston Globe
Sara Hendren states ‘All technology is assistive technology.‘ She challenges the concept of normalcy and proposes technology to transform and become inclusive for everyone’s diversity. She creates cheap nhl jerseys new spatial interfaces in an ongoing series of <Slope : Intercept> project.
Sara Hendren’s design projects reconsider the concept of disability and make more active forms of aid possible. Hendren redesigned the existing passive wheelchair icon into one showing a more active and independent image of a person with head pointing forward, arms swung back, and a wheelchair appearing to be in motion. In Slope: Intercept a ramp is installed on the front stairs of Seoul Museum of Art’s Seosomun main exhibition hall. Visitors must climb these stairs to reach the hall’s entrance. When a ramp is used by a wheelchair user, it is seen панели as a tool to overcome passivity, but when used by a skateboarder, it is transformed into equipment for dynamic play. Slope: Intercept not only ensures accessibility for wheelchair users, but also, like skateboarders, evokes an active, fun, and dynamic image. A different version of this work is also installed in the Outdoor Sculpture Park of the Buk Seoul Museum of Art.
Sara Fake Oakleys Hendren and Alice Shepard invite participants to expand their research about accessibility and availability of ramps in public infrastructures and architectures around Buk Seoul Museum of Art. The seminar begins with Shepard’s choreography staged on Hendren’s Slope: Intercept. The artists and participants tour around the museum, temporarily intervening in residential and commercial spaces. In the mapping workshop, participants create a map visualizing wheelchair accessibility. Hendren’s talk introduces her ongoing project Slope: Intercept and related research.
Tour(60 minutes) → Mapping workshop(60 minutes) → Lecture(60 minutes)