L’ISM : A Research on the moment in space.
By artist Ibrahim Quraishi with sound designer Eunice Martins
A research study on body L’ISM’s and different movement languages connected to ideologies and diverse technologies.
The presences and construction of different choreographies in through spatial and bodies ideologies form across times, across disciplines, and across cultures.
Motion capture and interactive sound influences how bodies react and how bodies compose and decompose physical and psychological context within their actual movement.
Here, Ibrahim & Eunice intend to research the context of how time and space contract an abstract physical, choreographic language within a given moment that can be elongated in the Stockhausen principles of sonic environments into the extension of physical bodies.
The presence and construction of different choreographies in through spatial and bodies ideologies form across times and across disciplines are imbedded within the research of L’ISM.
The research study and presentation will be March 13 – 18 2018
Ibrahim Quraishi has taught at the Amsterdam University of Arts from 2007- 2014 as a member of the core-team he has worked extensively on concept development, normative choreography, movement on camera in space, and as well as on the special supervision of future artists.
Currently, Ibrahim is teaching Masters of Film at the Netherlands Film Academy Amsterdam & he is also a member of the Fine Arts Department of Gerrit Rietveld Academie, Amsterdam.
Eunice Martins is a composer working in all aspects of the sonic spheres from exploring and working the sonic aspects of a singular sounding object, his specific contexts, and possibilities of transformation to creating complex site-specific soundscapes and installations, as well sound compositions in connections with other media and art forms. She is teaching internationally and is a performing musician/pianist.links: Ibrahim Quraishi Eunice Martins