BEYOND THE GAZE TRANSLATIONS AS A NORM-CRITICAL PRAXIS IN THEATRE FOR CHILDREN AND YOUTH
2016 (English)In: Nordic Theatre Studies, ISSN 0904-6380, Vol. 28, no 1, 94-104 p.Article in journal (Refereed) Published
This article is based on the project Experimental theatre: Intersectional encounters between dramatic art, school and academia, financed by the Swedish Research Council. It is an action research project on interactive dramatic art based at ung scen/ost (Ostgotateatern), an experimental theatre group for children and young people. Malin Axelsson is the groups artistic director. Project manager Anna Lundberg has a background in drama studies and gender studies. The troika of dramatic art-school academia provides an empirical focus, coupled with a closer analysis of the artistic processes between children and adults based on productions by ung scen/ost. What happens with the staging when the method involves open collaboration and shared learning? How is knowledge and meaning negotiated in artistic endeavors? The project includes two performances and a publication. The project received financial support from the Swedish Research Council for the period 2012-2013. This article focuses on translation practices at ung scen/ost, the creative processes within the project built by the group as a form, i.e. director, ensemble (actors), researcher and other members of the artistic team exploring ideas and expressions and creating theatre together.
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FORENINGEN NORDISKA TEATERFORSKARE , 2016. Vol. 28, no 1, 94-104 p.
theatrical translation; feminist translation theory; norm critical pedagogy; desire; childrens theatre; youth theatre; gender; sensorium; agential realism; materialism
Performing Art Studies
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