Conspiracy Archives a process archive of an archival process

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Ginslov, J., Kozel, S., Guðjónsdóttir, M.S. and Lim, K. (2019). Conspiracy Archives a process archive of an archival process. Researching (in/as) Motion: A Resource Collection, Artistic Doctorates in Europe. 10.
AuthorsGinslov, J., Kozel, S., Guðjónsdóttir, M.S. and Lim, K.
Abstract

This resource reflects artistic research into archiving a choreographic process using digital and analogue materials (including bodies). It is a process archive of an archival process, structured around Critical Questions, Process Notes (taking the form of phenomenological writing and visual imagery) and Design Prototypes. The artistic research at the centre of this resource is the production of a Mixed Reality (MR) archival complement to Margrét Sara Guðjónsdóttir’s performance of Conspiracy Ceremony – HYPERSONIC STATES. The archival work is called Conspiracy Archives and it is currently in its final prototype phase, almost ready to tour either independently or along with the live performance. It is created by the collaborative team of Margrét Sara Guðjónsdóttir (choreography), Jeannette Ginslov (visual capture and editing), Keith Lim (visual processing and programming) and Susan Kozel (project coordination, philosophy and concept). This resource integrates the voices of the collaborators using words, still images, video and design prototypes.

Year2019
JournalResearching (in/as) Motion: A Resource Collection, Artistic Doctorates in Europe
Journal citation10
Web address (URL)https://nivel.teak.fi/adie/conspiracy-archives/
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OnlineOct 2019
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Deposited13 Nov 2020
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ISBN 978-952-353-012-6

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