Facilitators: Yun Ingrid Lee (Yun Ingrid Eel) & Natalie Fyfe (Red Fyfe)
Guest artists: Jochem van Tol, Fazle Shairmahomed, Matt Rawlins & Christian Smith
Nr of Participants: max 12
Fee: Pay what you want per day
Register with email@example.com by April 9 to secure a spot
Scores are a form of organizing ideas, of communicating instructions, of archiving pieces and processes. This workshop will look at different ways that artists from different disciplines have utilized scores to create compositions, installations, and performances using isolated parts of the body, objects, movement, and text.
This course is part discussion based and part practical. Each session will introduce different kinds of scores (notational, graphic, text, audio, video). Participants will do exercises, perform, analyze, and discuss existing scores before making their own. Participants will have the opportunity to test their ideas and get feedback from each other and from guest artists.
No previous experience in performance, composition, choreography or any form of score making is required. It is preferable that participants are not musicians.
DAY 1: Mouth & Skin
DAY 2: Text Scores
DAY 3: Objects (Guest: Jochem van Tol)
DAY 4: Movement (Guest: Fazle Shairmahomed)
DAY 5: Quick & Dirty scores (Guests: saxophonist Matt Rawlins and percussionist Christian Smith)
DAY 6: Open
ABOUT THE FACILITATORS
Yun Ingrid Lee (fka Ingrid Eel) is an artist, composer, and performer interested in failure, hybridity, and collective sensing. Yun’s work investigates histories and power relations in acoustic phenomena and different media technologies. Yun received a Performer/Composer BFA from the California Institute of the Arts and an ArtScience MMus from The Royal Conservatoire, The Hague. Yun has been 1/2 of COME ON YOU F*CKERS in Los Angeles, co-curator of the Paarden Eiland Concert series in Cape Town, and founder of the BARTALK lecture/performance series in The Hague. Yun’s sounds have been released through Another Timbre, Innova Recordings, and The Lab. Their writing has been published through oneacre.online and Sonic Acts Press.
Natalie Fyfe is an artist and performer who positions herself at the border of art and music. With an interest in psychopathology Natalie composes with mundane sounds and isolated body parts to create intersections of control between delusion and reality. Natalie’s works are derived from her own personal experiences with mental health but navigate towards her audience to play with expectations and perceptions. Natalie Fyfe is a graduate from MA ArtScience at The Royal Conservatoire, The Hague. Natalie was awarded both the Masters ArtScience department Award and the Royal Academy of Art Masters Award for her graduation work Choreography of the Mouth (2017). Natalie is currently based in the Hague, NL.