The Physicality of the Performing Arts Processes (working title)
The rehearsal processes are full of complex humane experiences. In this research project I seek to approach the physicality of human experiences during thee processes and investigate what all contributes to the process.
My research is currently done in the context of a degree project at the Master Programme in Performing Arts at Stockholm University of the Arts. I will be working on this program during 2023–2025.
If you feel like joining me in researching the possibilities around these topic in Stockholm, in Tampere, in Helsinki or in Turku, please be in contact.
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The rehearsal processes are full of complex humane experiences. In this research project I seek to approach the physicality of human experiences and investigate what all contributes to the process. My interest is in the finer details and wider contexts irrelevant to the actual process of story-crafting.
PHYSICALITY OF THE EXPERIENCE
The effect of the space itself
What do people do in the space?
The inner experiences during the process
To be determined
Thinking aloud with video
Three Steps of General Schedule
1. Spring 2024 to test out the two-dimensional framework including physical timeline and physicality of experience facets
2. Autumn 2024 to calibrate the framework first with a variety of productions starting to include environment physicality
3. Spring 2025 to formalize the results into a shareable format.
Current plan of activities for Spring-Summer 2024
- Call to Action Presentation (Zoom Presentation, similar to the test presentation on December 13th)
- Weekend #1 — Practical measuring methodology tests
- Weekend #2 — Building the thinking aloud with recording framework structures.
- Weekend #3 — Testing the co-researcher framework in a real-life rehearsal setting.
- After-the-Weekends-Meeting — Presenting the research results to co-researchers
- Public Exposition — Presenting the research results to general public
Learn more of the practical methodologies and where their design process is at through the links below
- Co-Research Methodology (updated 9.12.2024)
- Synchronized Timeline Methodology (updated 9.12.2024)
See also other material around and before the research project at the blog below.
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