Datamoshing is the title of a performative reflection process initiated by Emilie Gregersen, brought to life in collaboration with Marina Dubia, Sigrid Stigsdatter, Paolo De Venicia and Cruz Proxy. The project is a part of Haut’s IN PROCESS residency program and took place at Teater Zeppelin in June 2022.
The title Datamoshing is a reference to the process of messing with the data of media files creating visual or auditory glitching effects when a file is decoded or rendered. The project is a self-produced glitch in time, a distortion of speed, where it’s dared to be critical of one’s own patterns and ways of practicing and producing art. During the residency the group has been interweaving and embodying each other’s artistic practices as a way of physically reflecting upon their own artistic work and the modes of productions they are created within.
Article along the work, written by Karin Hald:
About the artistic team
In a cross field of choreography, performance and visual art the group consists of Emilie Gregersen (choreographer, dancer and co-founder of Dance Cooperative, graduated from The Danish School of Performing Arts), Marina Dubia (artist and performer with a Conceptual and Contextual Practices MFA from the Art Academy in Copenhagen), Cruz Proxy (multidisciplinary artist, Co-founder of the art group L9, MFA from the Funen Art Academy), Sigrid Stigsdatter (choreographer, performer, member of Dance Cooperative and Jacuzzi, graduated from SNDO) and Paolo De Venecia Gile (dancer and choreographer, co-founder of Dance Cooperative, graduated from The Danish School of Performing Arts).
Artists: Emilie Gregersen, Marina Dubia, Sigrid Stigsdatter, Paolo De Venicia and Cruz Proxy.
Mentors: Ida Elisabeth S. Larsen and Dorte Bjerre Jensen.
Photos: Louise Herrche Serup.
Headshot photos: Albert Presas, Fryd Frydendal, Karin Bergman, Denis Laner.
Supported by Haut and Teater Zeppelin.