Ayse ORHON

2013

From : Istanbul
To: Marseille

Residency in Marseille

Dance

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How did this grant contribute to the realization of your project in regard to artistic exchange, local cultural development and/or the promotion of cultural diversity?

I had an opportunity to participate with my colleague in a 3-day residency in Klap Maison in Marseille. In the frame of my residence in Klap Maison I ran a workshop, witch was part of my project, and I met dancers from Marseille and from abroad attending to the workshop. Finally coming with my team for this residence, I have proposed to present an already existing stage work to share with Marseille audience (up to 100 people attending to this free-entry performance).

How does exchange, networking and international contacts contribute to the development of your artistic and cultural project?

Certainly international networking is a very productive and vital element for my artistic project. Beside meeting new organizations, artists and spectators, there was a time to exchange with organizations and artists from Marseille and elsewehere that I have contact (such as Uzes Danse, La Friche, Officina).

Can you elaborate on the learning and knowledge you have gained and shared throughout this experience?

Working in a structure frame, being in a different model of institutions (not a festival or a dance venue), meeting other's similar and different concerns was a learning experience for myself and also a challenge for myself and the institution.




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