Panel discussion on readymades in dance and performing arts

The term readymade was created by the artist Marcel Duchamps in 1916 and is mostly used within the visual arts. Store Norske Leksikon defines it as follows: "... a factory-made object that gains a new power in artistic nature by being detached from its usual functional context". Can this also apply to scenic objects, sounds, movements and actions when these are changed or elevated on stage in the meeting with an audience?

This panel discussion will deal with the idea of theatrical tools compared to what is described in the visual arts as readymades, where ideas from post-modern dance and conceptual contemporary dance have particularly been leading.

Practical information:
Date: 24.09.22
Time: 17:00-18:00