Ideas Series

Artist Talk: Dance, Architecture and Public Space

January 30, 2019

PuSh Assembly
PHOTO: EMA PETERS

PRESENTED WITH ANVIL CENTRE AND MACHiNENOiSY

Ideas Series events are designed for all audience members who seek a deeper engagement with artists and the work they create. Ideas Series events are open to the public.


When you enter a space, the space enters you. —Juhani Pallasmaa

In this roundtable on dance, architecture and public space, a panel of speakers—from urban planners to architects, designers, choreographers and scenographers—respond to world renowned Finnish architecture theorist Juhani Pallasmaa, his writing on the senses and architecture, and MACHiNENOiSY’s embodied realisation of these ideas in Fragile Forms. How do we understand the space around us with our bodies? How can we touch with our eyes? How do dance and architecture meet each other in a field of multisensory experience?

Fragile Forms is an international exchange between Canada and Finland. As well as being supported by the Canada Council, Anvil Centre and City of Vancouver, it has been supported with a 3-week residency at Annantalo Arts Centre in Helsinki, Finland. It includes two Finnish dance artists and was inspired by conversations with Finnish Architect Juhani Pallasmaa.

Venue

777 Columbia Street, New Westminster

When

January 30

7–8:30PM

Tickets

FREE, registration encouraged
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