Body and video projection
Julie Rasmussen is a contemporary dancer, maker and producer. She takes inspiration in everything around her such as culture, videos, text, literature, games, music, questions, travels and human relations.
At ´ace she will work with the moving body and the media of video projection. How can the two art forms communicate, what story can it tell and what images can it create?
How do I attend to this moment? This is a question I often ask myself. Being in the present time, and get inspired of it as much as the past and the future.
I am using scores and improvisation as a tool to creat, where I´m zooming in and out, redoing, playing, reconstructing moments, adding, repeating, deleting and finds meaning as I goes. Searching for new ways to create and new ways of expressing. Finding places where I can surprise and confront myself and take risks.
1989 | Born in Kristiansand, Norway.
Lives and works in Copenhagen, Denmark.
2013 | Contemporary Dance at the Danish National School of Performance Art. Denmark.
2012 | Exchange on contemporary dance, Amsterdam School of The Art. Netherlands.
Diversity award for young educated dancers from the Norwegian Art Council, Norway.
Kristiansands municipality Art award, Amalienborg Award and Cultiva Express Award for Ravnedans.
Laboratory scene, Copenhagen, Denmark.
Prestegården, Halmstad, Sweden.
Open Studio #4 2015
Artists in dialogue
During ‘ace‘s Open Studio of April 22nd, artists-in-residence works and processes were presented.
Julie Rasmussen (Norway) contemporary dancer and producer who explored the different possible dialogues between her physical work and audiovisual formats.
Maíra Dietrich (Brazil) opened The Tower to show the photo lyto and transfer works she has been developing.
ALMA -Wesler Machado (Brasil) presented his intervention within the Palimpsest project for mural painting.
As in every Open Studio, we had an interesting encounter to get to know the artists, their projects and exchange ideas.
This time we did not only share art but also food cooked by the artists themselves.