In her lectures, Annemijn Rijk uses film stills and other visual materials to give insight into the creation process of Woman's Work.
Through her sources of inspiration, working methods, 'killed darlings' and behind-the-scenes images, she zooms in on questions such as: how do you convert your sources of inspiration into something physical, into a choreography? How does a choreographer make the audience look at a body? What influence does film have on the approach to dance? And how can the use of camera create intimacy between dancer and audience? The lecture provides an informative and in-depth layer when visiting the installation, but can also be visited separately. There is room for questions afterwards.
In addition to the video installation, the context program for Woman's Work as well as a philosophical reflection on the work written by Dr. Catherine Robb will be available to visitors.
BODY OF ART (PROJECT)
Woman's Work has been produced with and by: Branded Cinema, Chassé Theater Breda, Nieuwe Vorst Tilburg and Stedelijk Museum Breda. The video installation will also be exhibited during BredaPhoto and DNA Breda.
Woman's Work was created as part of the New Makers Scheme that Annemijn received from the national Performing Arts Fund and was partly realized with financial support from Chassé Cultuurfonds, Municipality of Breda, Municipality of Tilburg and Province of Noord-Brabant.