Dec 8 dec. Weld Company + Andros Zins-Browne (US/BE)

December 8 at 7pm

Weld
Norrtullsgatan 7
(T-bana Odenplan)

Admission fee:
100 kr (Student 80 kr)
Book at: book.weld.se

With:
Sybrig Dokter, Robert Malmborg, Per Sacklén, Hanna Strandberg, Disa Krosness and Andros Zins-Browne

Andros Zins-Browne (US/BE)
is one of the guest choreographers invited by Weld Company this autumn.

With the restriction ‘No Talking, No Props’, Weld Company has since since 2013 invited choreographers to share practices and methods in dance and choreography, and present this in various forms. Sometimes through a simpler form of presentation, in a more traditional performance or through open conversations with talks. The choreographers are invited to the company to have the opportunity to try something new, to return to older works or to share the practice and the work they currently are busy with.

Feeds
_feeding on ourselves, feeding our selves, feeding selves to ourselves.
scrolling selves. the world moves down. we mine, swiping a run-on
sentence, with little punctuation and perfect grammar. digging,
grooming, dada, mining, meme-ing, ourselves foraging, can’t see the
forest for the trees hunting and gathering, doubt. can’t see the trees.
its not what it seems not what it seems. together and not, feeding
ourselves like a pack. animals, always full, chewing on the cloud._

/ Andros Zins-Browne



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ANDROS ZINS-BROWNE (US/BE)

is an American choreographer who lives and works in Brussels. His work consists of live and hybrid environments at the intersection between installation, performance and conceptual dance. Crossing between stage and exhibition spaces, he explores the ways that body, movement and matter can interact until they begin to take on each other's properties. Zins-Browne’s performances have been presented at the Centre Pompidou Paris, ICA London, HAU Berlin, MDT Stockholm, Het Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, De Singel Antwerp, EMPAC, Troy, New York, Kaaitheater Brussels and the Impulse Festival, Düsseldorf where he received the Goethe Institute Award for his performance The Host.  His solo Already Unmade was commissioned by Boghossian Foundation and has recently been performed at the BOZAR Museum in Brussels, and The Whitney Museum of American Art in New York City. Currently he's been touring Atlas Revisited, a collaboration with visual artist Karthik Pandian based on the relationship between freedom and movement and the ways that image-making complicates this relationship. For this, they set out to Morocco to try and 'liberate' a group of camels by trying to get them to perform a modern dance piece by Merce Cunningham. In 2013, Andros founded The Great Indoors, an association for artistic research and production. He is currently an artist in residence at Netwerk, Aaslt until 2019.