Slow Races (2014) De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill. Photo Emma Marshall

Slow Races (2014) De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill. Photo Emma Marshall

 

Claudia Kappenberg is a performance and media artist. Her work draws on dance and the visual arts to create minimal choreographies for live site-specific events as well as screen-based work.

Interventions take place in hybrid spaces such as urban forests, gardens and transitional places, in which urban and social patterns converge with natural elements. Constructed as ritualistic activity or repetitive loop the projects combine the cyclical aspect of nature with the obsessive quality of labour.

Projects borrow from the everyday, appropriate, recycle and remake, and challenge the familiar credo of productivity and outcome through a deliberate squandering of effort and time. Production is turned into process and functionality into play.

Claudia completed an MA Fine Art/Film and Video at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in 1998 and taught on the BA Fine Art until 2002.

Since 2004 she lectures at the University of Brighton, UK and is Course Leader for the MA Performance and Visual Practices.

 

NEWS:

Choreocinema: Counterpoints (15*) + ScreenTalk with Siobhan Davies & Miranda Pennell
Hosted by Claudia Kappenberg
24 Jan 17 / 18:30 / Cinema 3

October 2016: New International Journal of Screendance issue online: Special issue on “All This Can Happen” by Siobhan Davies and David Hinton, edited by Claudia Kappenberg with Sarah Whatley.

Recent screening of All This Can Happen: 8/12/2016 Whitechapel Gallery, London UK

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