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Workshop organized in collaboration with Martha Jager and Jammie Nicholas
Dutch Art Institute

The garden shed is an instance of discussions about in-process artistic research in the context of the collaborative study format of the Dutch Art Institute. During the monthly week of courses, lectures and workshops that the forty artists and students, share.The garden shed intervenes in the program and opens up an intimate space for attempts and critical exchanges between students.

“For our will to share and show research to one another, our need to feel more confident to take risks, for what is at stake in the lecture-performance format, the training of voice and body attitudes on stage and… and a desire to break free, The Garden Shed is open !”

Relevant to the model of the famous DAI presentation moment « The Kitchen / Not the Restaurant », « The Garden Shed not the Workshop » is a particular working space based on intimacy and criticality, organized only for and by the students. In groups of five, each participant shares a material, an experimentation of a format, an exercise of discourse, a performance draft of 7 to 10 min and the rest of the group directly discusses and reacts to the proposal for 15/20 min.

Avec Charlie Dance, Jammie Nicholas and Mathilde Sauzet Mattei, Marfa 2015 © Maria Barlasov Avec Charlie Dance, Jammie Nicholas and Mathilde Sauzet Mattei, Marfa 2015 © Maria Barlasov -

Préparation d'une performance de Charlie Dance, Marfa 2015 © Charlie Dance Préparation d’une performance de Charlie Dance, Marfa 2015 © Charlie Dance -

Groupe de discussion avec les artistes Charlie Dance, Jon Mikel Euba et Marie-Andrée Pellerin, Marfa 2015 © Mathilde Sauzet Mattei Groupe de discussion avec les artistes Charlie Dance, Jon Mikel Euba et Marie-Andrée Pellerin, Marfa 2015 © Mathilde Sauzet Mattei -

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