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Jan Schacher & Angela Stoecklin

Jan Schacher & Angela Stoecklin

Residence Period: 2015.12.07-2015.12.28

Jan Schacher & Angela Stoecklin

Residence Project

This inter-cultural exchange project pursues complementary goals: To transmit practices of interaction between dance and music in open forms and collaboratively develop a piece with local artists, to develop a new piece within the cultural context of Japan as a continuation of their long-term collaboration, and to publicly present outcomes of these processes in performance.

Performance "one hand clapping" and "sounding bodies -moving sounds"

Date: December 17, 2015

Time: 7PM start (about 1 hour)

Venue: 3331 Arts Chiyoda, 1F Community Space

Open Reception: 8-9PM (Follows performance at the same venue)

Free entry, all welcome.

Open Studio
The public is invited to the studio to experience a process of improvisational music / dance interaction, and an open discussion and reflection. Musicians, dancers and first-timers alike are welcome to witness the working process and join the discussion for a melding of cultures. *Japanese/English interpretation available.

Date: December 10, 2015

Time: 7PM (about 1 hour)

Venue: 3331 Arts Chiyoda, 2F
Free entry, all welcome.


Swiss artists Jan Schacher (sound artist, interaction technologist) and Angela Stoecklin (dancer, choreographer) work on interaction between the two art-forms where the body can take on the role of a musical instrument and sounds obtain a physical form and expresses motion patterns. By exposing their long-term collaborative series in an intercultural context, issues of interaction and communication are explored on multiple layers.

Past collaborative works include: "sounding bodies-moving sounds" - inter-cultural and inter-disciplinary residencies New Delhi, India and Habana, Cuba; "dense moments-a song cycle" held at Atelier Hermann, Hochdorf and Pantographe, Moutier; and "one hand clapping" in Habana.