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Costume Agency

Prosjektleder: Christina Lindgren

Vitenskapelig sammendrag

This artistic research project researches the agency of costume in performance and how costume can generate or be a centre of gravitation in a performance.

Costume Agency is supported by Norwegian Artistic Research Program and Oslo National Academy of the Arts.

Aoife Monks, the author of “The Actor in Costume” states that costume is that what is indistinct from the body, yet something that can be removed. We believe that costume is, as all elements in the entity of a performance, mutually influenced by the other elements. We take Monks theory one step further and claim that costume is an interaction between the four components: garment, body, action and context, and that these four components form one dynamic whole. We want to research this unity from the starting point of the garment.

Over the duration of this project a series of performances will be developed where costume will serve as a starting point and core element. To ensure the fulfilment of the vision that is imbedded in the garment, this research requires the costume designer to take the creative lead in the project, responsible for the artistic vision from initial idea to final presentation. 

Our research goal is to explore the full performative potential of garments holistically within the complex system of body-garment-action-context. The approach will be partly phenomenological and partly socio-political.  
The research is primarily approached in workshops lead by costume designers, which pursue the vision embedded in the garment. The workshop format follows a set dogma that involves six designers and four performers for eight days of rehearsals, over a period of twelve days of explorations, dialogue and development. There will be ten workshops in total. 

Ongoing research is mostly academic and artefact-based, with less artistic practice based methods. We want to utilize the momentum in academic research to propose a complimentary project based on artistic research. The project maintains a dialogue with a reference group of academics. They will act as respondents, studying our findings and questioning the artists in their methods of working, thinking and creating. The final presentation, a festival in 2020, will be a platform where a larger group of artists and academia meet. 

The potential of the project to break new ground lies in a unique possibility for the costume designer to control the resources of the performance and the possibility for a common platform for academic and artistic reflection. 
The project will run from August 2018 through December 2021. 

Fakta om prosjektet

Prosjekttittel Costume Agency Artistic Research Project researches the agency of costume in performance and how costume can generate or be a centre of gravitation in a performance. Our research goal is to explore the full performative potential of garments holistically within the complex system of body-garment-action-context. A series of performances will be developed where costume will serve as a starting point and core element. The project will host Critical Costume 2020 Conference and Exhibition.
Prosjektleder Christina Lindgren
Kunsthøgskolen i Oslo
Prosjektdeltakere

Sodja Lotker
Kunsthøgskolen i Oslo

Sally Elizabeth Dean
Kunsthøgskolen i Oslo

Sodja Zupanc Lotker
Frilanser

Startdato
Sluttdato
Prosjektstatus Avsluttet
Avdeling Design
Finansiering
  • Kunsthøgskolen i Oslo
  • Direktoratet for internasjonalisering og kvalitetsutvikling i høgare utdanning
  • Program for kunstnerisk utviklingsarbeid
Totalbudsjett 7 700 000,00 NOK
Tilknyttede prosjekter
  1. Critical Costume 2020 Conference and Exhibition
  2. Performative clothes
Resultater
  1. Christina Lindgren: Costume Agency Artistic Research Project (2018-2023) (2024). Vitenskapelig foredrag. Mer info
  2. Christina Lindgren, Sodja Lotker, Charlotte Østergaard & Sally Elizabeth Dean: Costume Agency Artistic Project (2023). Vitenskapelig foredrag. Mer info
  3. Christina Lindgren & Sodja Lotker: Costume Agency Artistic Research Project (2023). Vitenskapelig antologi/Konferanseserie. Mer info
  4. Christina Lindgren: Costume dramaturgies as connective materiality (2022). Vitenskapelig foredrag. Mer info
  5. Christina Lindgren & Sally Elizabeth Dean: Costume Agency Artistic Research Project: Workshop 5, 6 and 7 (2021). Scenekunst. Mer info
  6. Christina Lindgren & Sally Elizabeth Dean: Costume Agency Artistic Research Project: Workshop Performing Garment, nr.3 (2019). Scenekunst. Mer info
  7. Christina Lindgren & Sodja Lotker: Presentation of Costume Agency Artistic Reserch Project for the International community of performance designers (2019). Faglig foredrag. Mer info
  8. Christina Lindgren & Sally Elizabeth Dean: Costume Agency (2020). Faglig foredrag. Mer info

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