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BodyCartography : Eyes Equivalent of a Haiku

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author: Reviewed by Jennifer Shennan
date: 03/16/02
source: the Evening Post

The BodyCartography Project, directed by Olive Bieringa and Otto Ramstad, has been performing site-specific events in and around Wellington since 1998. Their work crosses boundaries between dance, installation art and kinetic sculpture.

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Dance in Review – BodyCartography Project

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author: Rosyln Sulcas
date: 01/11/09
source: New York Times

BODY CARTOGRAPHY PROJECT
Performance Space 122

Often the titles of dance pieces, like those of musical compositions, have absolutely nothing to do with what’s happening in the performance, and looking to them for elucidation is a waste of effort. But in the case of the Body Cartography Project’s “Holiday House” at Performance Space 122, the title is all-revealing.

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An Uneasy Holiday at PS122’s COIL Festival

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author: Mary Hodges
date: 02/04/09
source: The Brooklyn Rail

Everyone is watching TV. Three performers sit in the front row of the audience, monitors on their laps, staring into the glowing screens. Two more lounge on a couch onstage, gazing up at projections of dancing bodies, running legs, or kitchen table snacking. One of the TV zombies wears the orange jumpsuit of an inmate.

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Art goes green in St. Paul

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author: Betsy Mowry
date: 11/03/08
source: TC Daily Planet

On October 29, Public Art Saint Paul (PASP) hosted the first of three artist discussions regarding its new Sustainable Practice Fellowships. The funds and creative support are allowing four local artists to research and experiment with methods and practices for sustainable art-making in their disciplines.

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SWARM>IN MINDS: A desire to act interact

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VISITING OLIVE BIERINGA’S CLASS “IMPROVISATIONAL COMPOSITION”

07/31/08

Author: Sabina Holzer

Source: CORPUS

“Phenomenology establishes a relationship between the subject and the objective world through the body. Most of the time the bodily movements are restricted to daily actions: at other times unusual patterns of movements serve no longer the primary conservation of life but the movements transform into dance.

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City Pages Artists of the Year

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author: Caroline Palmer
date: 01/02/08
source: City Pages

Olive Bieringa and Otto Ramstad are the co-directors of the BodyCartography Project, a 10-year-old company with a history of more than 130 performances worldwide. When they aren’t globetrotting they live in Minneapolis, developing new works that draw from modern dance, contact improvisation, and other movement theories.

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Between Landscape, Self and Other

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author: Alys Longley
date: 05/01/06
source: Proximity

Olive Bieringa and Otto Ramstad’s BodyCartography Project has played an important role in the New Zealand improvisation community, through their regular visits here for the development of award winning site specific performances for the Wellington Fringe Festival,

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BodyCartography takes the NZ Fringe Awards 2003

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date: 03/18/03
source: Evening Post

It was an afternoon of glitz and glamour for Wellington theatre as the Fringe New Zealand Stellar Awards were handed out last Sunday. Big Congratulations!!! to the BodyCartography Project who were the overall winners at Fringe 2003 with their dance and music ensemble, LAGOON.

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BodyCartography Delights

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author: Jenny Stevenson
date: 03/10/03
source: The Domion Post

A huge crowd packed into the Frank Kitts Lagoon surrounds on a perfect Saturday night to view what has become for many the definitive Fringe event- the annual charting of a public place by the BodyCartography Project.

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Unique Dancing at Harbour Edge

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author: Jenny Stevenson
date: 03/05/01
source: Dominion Newspaper


Olive Bieringa and her BodyCartography Project have returned for two performances only in Wellington, with their unique performance idiom – the charting of public spaces through dance.

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