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Moving into writing with Chloe Chignell and Ann-Christin Kongsness

11.-15. november
The National School of Performing Arts - Per Knutzonsvej 5, 1437 Copenhagen K
Antal deltagere:
11. oktober
350 kr.

This workshop aims to take seriously the transition and movement it is to enter the field of literature through engaging in the activity of writing, while coming from and working within the field of dance and choreography. How to not be completely overwhelmed by the conventions, demands and categorizations that exist in the field of literature, and at the same time not be completely ignorant towards it? How to deal with all of this on our own terms and integrate it into what we are already doing?

The workshop is developed on the basis of Chloe's and Ann-Christin's own experiences within the field of dance, choreoography and writing, and through the workshop they will offer different entry points into the act of writing.

(More detalied information will follow)

Note: the workshop is a collaboration with The National Danish School of Perorming Arts and will be held there. Half the spots on the workshops are reserved to 3rd year students fom the program Dance & Choreography.


Chloe Chignell (Australia) is a dancer and choreographer based in Brussels working across text, choreography and publishing. In 2018 she finished the P.A.R.T.S. Research cycle led by Bojana Cvejic where she developed her new work ... as if leaking. In 2019 she will continue this research through workspace Brussels and BUDA Kortrijk. Chloe is also co-editor of This Container magazine, developed in Stockholm with Maia Means. Her writing has been published by Indigo Dance Magazine (PAF) and Relatime (Australia). She has developed choreographic writing and reading formats hosted by Kottinspektionen (Stockholm) and PAF (France). She is co-initiator of PO$$E – a dance and reading group based in Stockholm.

Ann-Christin Kongsness (Norway) is educated within dance, choreography, aesthetic theory and literature studies at Spin off, UiS, Skolen for Samtidsdans and UiO. She works as a dancer, choreographer and writer based in Oslo, making performances, seminars, conversation series, workshops, sharing platforms, texts and publications. A main interest in her work is the relationship between theory and practice, and dance and poetry. She is editor for the webpage framtidsdans.no and co-editor for the anthology KOREOGRAFI (2016/18). www.annchristinkongsness.com