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Roodkapje is Rotterdam's local laboratory for
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23 April 2023

Finissage + Animation Playground (free walk-in workshops) Riso Paper Scissors

23 April
Animation Playground + Finissage
Free walk-in Riso print animation workshops

Swoop in on a Sunday afternoon in the midst of the living and breathing exhibition Riso, Paper, Scissors. During the free walk-in Animation Workshops visitors are welcome to participate and be an active part of the exhibition. Come by to copy, cut, paste, fold, draw, create animations with Riso printed paper and/or just hang out and enjoy the smell of freshly printed paper. No need to reserve or buy a ticket; first come is first served. Materials are present, but visitors are also welcomed to bring their own. We provide everything you need to get your hands dirty.
On Sunday the 23rd of April a special workshop by Choreographic Translations will be given to celebrate the finissage of the exhibition Riso, Paper, Scissors.

13:00-18:00 Animation Playground
15:00-17:30 Special workshop by Choreographic Translations, Marta Wörner and Fer G. Morales bringing choreographic lenses to the animation playground based on their project ‘Invisible dances for everyday survivors’

Choreographic Translations
Did you ever wonder about the many mediums and possibilities for making an image dance or taking a still from a dancing ‘something’? Then this workshop might be for you.
During this edition of Riso, Paper, Scissors, Fer and Marta will be practically unfolding some affections and connections that they see taking place between choreography and animation. They will do so by stealing exercises and concepts from the first project of Choreographic Translations, the booklet Invisible dances for everyday survivors (2022), and bringing them to the workshop’s table to be re-produced, scissored and shuffled.
They bring choreographic lenses to explore, you bring your animated body!

Choreographic Translations (2022, Rotterdam) is an emerging interdisciplinary collective and a temporary art gang.
The collective is busy translating choreographic and somatic means and concepts to other artistic and epistemological fields and disciplines. And it is driven by the dissemination of choreographic tools and ideas to non-expert audiences. The collective is composed of a fluctuating number of artists from different disciplines such as choreography, animation, music composition, dance research and visual art.

Marta Wörner (1990, Madrid) is a movement artist.
Marta is fascinated by the kinetics of the body and its relation to the sensorial experience of space. Within her practice, she plays, twists and stretches that relationship.
Her research is located at the border of the dance field and its interaction with fields like audiovisual art and philosophy.
Marta’s artworks fall into diverse categories of art media like site-specific movement performances, DJ sets, choreographed installations, choreographic films and dancing booklets.
Her practice relays on principles like collaboration, experimentation and translation.

Fer G. Morales (1990, Mexico City)
Fer is a Mexican performing artist and researcher working between Amsterdam and Mexico City. With a background in Art, Latin American History, and Performance Studies she holds a particular interest in dance, theory, choreography, videography, creative pedagogy, dramaturgy, facilitation, and writing. Fer loves supporting creative processes and thinking together with others for creating imaginative and critical tools. Her practice is embedded within feminism and decolonial frames that help in critically understanding the current socio-political and affective conditions of our world and re-imagine alternatives possible.

7 April - 23 April
Exhibition Riso Paper Scissors
Wed-Fri 15:00-20:00
Sat-Sun 12:00-20:00
free entrance

Riso Paper Scissors
the exhibition/project/hang out:

To welcome and present the new '23 Hamburger Community art residents in Roodkapje, Hocus Bogus Publishing is organizing a Riso animation exploration bonanza. Transforming Roodkapje's shared exhibition space into an analogue animation laboratory, Hocus Bogus Productions fills the space with an A3 Riso machine, photocopier, overhead projectors and lots of hand tools. A one month's deep dive into animation in which Riso Paper Scissors is acting as a hub; serving as a breeding ground for exchange, dialogue, and play between the residents and the public. A coming together of different hands, limbs and ideas.

The starting point is the idea that animation can be approached as a perpetual experimentation of cutting, pasting and printing. By (re)mixing and sampling analog as well as digital material, the residents will explore the animation medium beyond its traditional boundaries of perfectly drawn frames. Instead using things such as lo-fi office prints; Riso printed wobbly sketches or a LIVE GIF shadow play to think outside the animation frame. With many hands (making light work) and a playful attitude this one month animation bonanza the aim is to create a generous experience for magical misfit moving images.

Hocus Bogus Publishing creates the first mentorship trajectory for Roodkapje's Hamburger Community residence of 2023. The trajectory is directly related to last year's Smudged Soil exhibition and a continuing interest into combining analog and digital reproduction techniques. During the Smudged Soil project, the '22 residents took a plunge into analog techniques and made almost no use of the computer to print images. Collages and body parts were scanned and printed directly through the machine. Layers of printed materials were printed randomly on top of each other, creating unique combinations of image/content and colors. Through this way of working, through the loss of control and "authorship" the printed images transcended the paper, becoming more of a performative act.

On the Sundays during Riso Paper Scissors the studio will be open for visitors to come in and join the fun. Free entry and no reservation required! Materials are present, but visitors are welcomed to bring their own. Besides setting up a production studio, part of the exhibition space will turn into a small movie theater. Visitors can view animations, documentations and engage with the residents. During two special film evenings a selection of short films relating to animation and experimental cinema will be screened on a big screen.

12, 20 April
Animation Screenings
Cosy movie nights with animation and experimental cinema
Presale €5 (ex. service costs)
Door sale €8