Plunge in - feel scenography!
We are passionate about scenography as critical heritage. We explore makings and experiences of multisensory scenographic processes, events, aftermaths, and futures. Feel free to join the discussion and follow the Scenography Patrol on twitter.com/Skenografia
We do multisensory awareness
We understand archives and personal memories as active agents operating in a material-affective web of relations. Scenography is there!
To us, scenography functions as a co-creative agent of performance contributing to transformative encounters and experiences.
Via the tab Blog on the main screen you can explore scenography research, reviews, and activities. Care to join the discussion!
SUPPORT: We thank Nordisk kulturfond Opstart, Riksbankens jubileumsfond, Riksarkivet and Centre for Critical Heritage Studies UGOT (https://www.gu.se/en/critical-heritage-studies ) and Department of Cultural Sciences University of Gothenburg, for supporting us.
COLLABORATIONS: Knowing in Motion: Dance, Body, Archive at University of Copenhagen. Dancing Archives Network. Scenkonstmuseet / Swedish Museum of Performing Arts. Teater Albatross and scenographer Åsa Lieberath. WIFT Woman in Film and Television and international film coach Helene Granqvist. Dig Where You Stand Research Group and Dr Andrew Flinn, UCL London. Institute of Advanced Study University of Loughborough UK and international feminist art historian professor Marsha Meskimmon. Northumbria University with leading scenography scholar Rachel Hann and doctoral students.
ETHOS: Mobilizing networks of care we strive to establish a web of constructive relations, consisting of people and contexts, engaged in scenography in diverse ways. We enhance scenography awareness, in tandem with exposing, challenging and conscioulsy confusing the hierarchies of dominant normativites and ideologies. Let's make scenographic futures!