video workshop

february 2020
11. & 12.

13h-18h kleiner Saal

free of charge



»workshop videodocumentation dance«
tanzforum berlin

as part of the efre-funded project “taf – tanzforum berlin” *.

conducted by: walter bickmann
please register by february 4th, 2020 by e-mail
maximum number of participants: 10
the number of participants is limited in order to ensure that each participant has sufficient practical training time with the cameras. participation will be confirmed by e-mail by february 5th 2020.
the workshop is conducted in german. questions in english are possible.

workshop video documentation dance
the video documentation of a dance performance is a fundamental component for advertising and guest performance acquisition. in order to support artists in the field of contemporary dance in their work, the basics for the production of adequate video documentation are to be imparted in this workshop. the conceptual approach and practical questions about the setting options and positioning of the camera, selection of the image section / framing, sound recording, post-production, output and archive formats etc. are discussed and deepened with practical examples on the camera.

walter bickmann studied classical dance at the munich university of music (heinz-bosl foundation) and was a dancer among others. several years at the ballet of the state opera in vienna and the choreographic theater johann kresnik in berlin. as a choreographer, he directed the dance theater at the stadttheater stendal and worked among others. at the theater in the künstlerhaus in vienna and the volksbühne at rosa-luxemburg-platz in berlin. after training in audiovisual media at the institute for new media l4 / berlin, walter bickmann has been working as a freelance choreographer, video artist and dance documentary artist in berlin since 2006. he manages the video platform for contemporary dance technically and editorially.

funded by: “taf – tanzforum berlin” is a project of the cultural projects berlin gmbh on behalf of the senate administration for culture and europe. the project is funded by the european fund for regional development (efre) and the state of berlin.