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Publication workshop & presentation, How to die – Inopiné
Få gratisbillett
29. januar 2022 Kl. 12:00
Kategori: Presentasjon

We invite you to a workshop and /or a public event where we reflect together on how to translate How to die - Inopiné into a book. Do you want to participate in the workshop or just listen to the public sharing? Or maybe enjoy both options? 


How to translate How to die - Inopiné into a book? How to keep the material moving? 

What started out as a separation between documentation and abstraction, between "here is everything that happened" and "you just had to be there," now seems to revolve around questions of activity and genres of creation, between archive and repertoire. Or maybe it's all about "a practice that has no name yet." 


How to make a book that displaces itself?

What is a book? Can this be a book? What's the use of this, of that? What's needed, what to keep, what to let go? These are some of the editorial questions we have asked the materials and encounters that compose How to die - Inopiné. Making this publication has emphasized the displacement of our doing and thinking. How to share this process? 



Date: Friday 28.01  

Time: 12.00 - 16.00

A workshop with artists, movers, writers, and thinkers will experiment with publication practice as it relates to movement research. The workshop is hosted by Ashkan Sepahvand, the editor of the How to die - Inopiné publication. 

HOW TO SIGN UP FOR WORKSHOP: Write a short email to Laurie Lax at laurie [at] bit-teatergarasjen.no. There are limited places available.


Date: Saturday 29.01 

Time:  12.00 - 14.00

A public sharing moment will demonstrate the publication as it currently stands, a live editorial spread session. The event is hosted by editor Ashkan Sepahvand and choreographer Mia Habib.

HOW TO RESERVE A FREE PLACE TO THE PRESENTATION: Please click on the free ticket link at the top of this page. 


HOW TO DIE - INOPINÉ is a rich, beautiful and thought provoking dance performance on ecological grief, cultural panic, and a feeling of collapse. It will be performed in Studio Bergen on January 28 & 29. Read more about the performance here: How to die - Inopiné 


Ashkan Sepahvand (1984, Tehran) is a writer and artistic researcher based between Berlin (DE) and Oxford (UK). Previously, he has worked as Adjunct Lecturer at the Hochschule für Künste Bremen (2018-19), as Research Fellow at the Schwules Museum (2016-17), where he curated the exhibition Odarodle - an imaginary their_story of naturepeoples, 1535-2017, and at Haus der Kulturen der Welt (2012-14), where he co-edited the publication Textures of the Anthropocene: Grain, Vapor, Ray (The MIT Press, 2015). His work and writings have been presented at the 58th Venice Biennale, dOCUMENTA (13), Sharjah Biennials X & 13, Gwangju Biennale 11, Ashkal Alwan, Sursock Museum, and ICA London, amongst others. Currently, he is pursuing a DPhil in Fine Art at the Ruskin School of Art and St. John’s College, University of Oxford, where he is a Clarendon-AHRC Scholar.