We use some of our time in Vontrapp researching in our own projects. We believe that this research will help us develop new artistic forms and expressions. Our ambition is to contriubute to the practice bassede research and hereby develops the performance art.
EN HÅNDFULD STØV (2014)
International Audio drama seminar
Copenhagen University and The national school of performance art, 19. - 20. aug 2014
In the presentation we used our production, En håndfuld støv as the departure for a discussion of sound as a staging device. The question we asked was, Is it possible to use mediated sound to transform time and space when working with site-specific drama? The question is undamental to our work in the artist collective Vontrapp, and we discussed this in an audio dramatic perspective. Read more here
BEVAR MIG VEL (2012)
Who are the audience, when they aren´t just looking?
Article in Peripeti 18 - 2012
During the work with our performance Bevar mig vel, dramaturg Astrid Hansene Holm, wrote the article Who are the Audience, when they aren´t not just Looking? The article analyses the relationship between audience and space and how the use of headphones and 3D sound as the main communication media influence the audience perception of time and space. Read the article here (in danish)
Listening in the performative space
Department of Arts and Cultural Studies, LARM research. Copenhagen University, 29. May 2013
Astrid Hansen Holm and Sandra Boss gave an introduction to our work with the site-specific audiovisual performance Bevar mig vel. We specially talked about how the audience was stage as listeners, asking How can you think the listener as part of the act? And which influence has the media for the way we experience the performative space? Read more here
A R T I S T C O L L E C T I V E
The Involved Audience
Master Thesis, Dramaturgy, Aarhus University
Astrid Hansen Holm Master Thesis, The Involved Audience, took departure in our work with the audiovisual performance Bevar mig vel. In the thesis she suggests deferent ways to develop the audience’s perception in order to re-actualize the role of theatre in the modern