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Katarzyna Jarząb

(Doctoral School at Pedagogical University in Kraków, Poland)

Similar practices in visual arts (dance) and music: Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker


Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker (one of the most significant dancers and choreographers in the 20th-21st century, had a huge impact on the exploration of the relationship between music and choreography. Her project Fase: Four Movements for the Music of Steve Reich sets the main framework for her style, where dance is defined by music and the choreographic composition reflects the complexity of the score. Using similar principles of composition to composer Steve Reich - repetition of motives, and subtle shifts, de Keersmaeker creates a visual representation, wherein time and space seem to conflate. In this presentation, I intend to refer to de Keersmaeker in the context of visual arts, considered as a visual artist whose performances have been shown in the most important museums of art, like MoMA in New York, Tate Modern in London or Centre Pompidou in Paris. The aim is to discuss selected issues related to similar practices in visual arts and music.

Short biography

PhD student in Arts at the Pedagogical University in Cracow and Musicology student at the Jagiellonian University in Cracow. Graduate of the Faculty of Painting at the Academy of Fine Arts in Cracow. In 2019 she received a MA Diploma with distinction in The Painting’s Studio of prof. Andrzej Bednarczyk, an annexe to the diploma in The Audiosphere’s Studio of prof. Marek Chołoniewski at Intermedia Department. Interested in convergences in the process of composing music and image. Assuming that visuality is first of all arranging in space, while music – in time – is interested in examples where space directly relates to time and inversely.