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[share] (partial) Remote Project by Edson Secco & Marianne Skjeldal   ]
2012-04-22 22:00:00

On April 22nd, 2012 at Share, Edson Secco & Marianne Skjeldal perform as "Remote Project" (Edson & Marianne are 2/3 of the Remote Project - missing the 3rd member, Carolina Bonfim.)

Read the long details of Remote Project at:

Edson Secco is a Composer and Sound Artist based in São Paulo, Brazil. Researching and working on analog and electronic sound processing and composition since the early 90s today he works intensively in creating soundtracks for Cinema, Theater and Games and also Sound Instalations and Exhibitions, most of then in Brazil, France and Spain. Since 2010 he started the "Remote Project" (, a colaborative creation process over different countries, cultures and artists around the world in order to implement specific actions and performances based on his or the other involved artists current location.

Marianne Skjeldal is a freelance dancer, choreographer and stageartist based in Oslo, Norway. She graduated from School of new dance, Oslo in 2002, already working professionally with different choreographers, amongst others Karstein Solli (2002- ) and Henriette Pedersen (1998-2009) both collaborators over years. Marianne was also involved in the international Glitterbird project (2005-2008), Art for the very young and the 3-year Project Isadora. Marianne is currently producing her own performances in collaboration with other artists in the field were dance, theatre and performance blend together. She has a special interest for movement combined with
voicework, text and site-specific work, and has also developed installations for art festivals. Amongst stage works can be mentioned ”Down in the moss, human!”(2010) collaborating with amongst others, videoartist Sabina Jacobsson, and ”The sisters from Lindenau” (2009/2010), premiering in Sao Paulo, Brazil. As a performer Marianne has been touring in Norway, Sweden, Finland, Germany, France, Spain, Belgium, Holland, Italy, Hungary, Croatia, Serbia, Russia, United States, Chile and Brazil. She has given workshops in Norway, Holland, Chile and Brazil. She recently received 2 years work grant for younger, newly-established artists, Norwegian Government Grants for Artists (2011-2012).

The above featured set will be held at
Share @Munch Room at (OA) Can Factory,
232 3rd St. (at 3rd Ave), Ground Flr, Brooklyn, NYC
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