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114 23 Stockholm
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Non-Governmental Organization
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General Information: 

CCAP is a non profit independent organisation for production of choreography directed by Cristina Caprioli and based in Stockholm Sweden.

Staff number during 2015 was 48 (9 administration & leadership, 20 artistic collaborators, 7 researchers, 12 technical crew) plus additional 37 guests.

Budgetary resourses varies depending on each year's national plan and number of productions and projects pursued.

CCAP is funded by the Swedish National Council for Cultural Affairs and the City Council of Stockholm.

Additional funding is raised according to projects pursued and/or co-production projects.

CCAP produces stage performances, installations, films, publications, workshops, seminars and cross-disciplinary projects such as the 2012 WEAVING POLITICS symposium and 2014 2015 CHOREO_DRIFT project.

CCAP is also committed to social/cultural projects such as the following: 1) cloth, a series of art based participatory events addressing the covered (veiled) figure of the female, 2)  TREES, an interactive collective performance for children of all ages and with various (dis)abilities (by now performed over 240 times in Sweden, Italy and the US)and 3) (in)perfect Choreography run in close collaboration with peoples with neurological (dis)abilities.

Main partners have been:

Regionteatern Blekinge Kronoberg Växjö

NorrlandsOperan Umeå
Dans i Stan

MoMA PS1 Long Island NY US

Slought Foundation Philadelphia US

Fabbrica Europa Florens Italy

Mission and Objectives: 

CCAP's foremost objective is to manifets, promote, investigate and problematize choreography as a relevant practice of social belonging - across languages and geographical borders. Main focus is directed on excluded demographics specifically including disabled citizens. This is pursued by art productions produced and performed by extended collaborations.

All work is targeting a specific issue pursued by research and long-term practice. The aim is to achieve and sustain the kind of visibility, clarity, stringency, and accessability required for a dynamic of response. That includes media-specificity as well as trans-mediality - which, in turn, implicates a challenge to normative exchange formats and economies. The objective is to facilitate expanded exchange and at the same time support specificity of expression. Moreover to problematize conventional perception of body, movement and language, finally to raise specific attention and engaged participation in the dwelling into alternative bodies, movements, and languages.

Main Projects / Activities: 

Main projects/activities in 2015 have been:

4 new productions for the stage: SAD, Sadness extended, Here here and HERE

1 exhibition: cloth.0

1 collaborative project: (in)perfect Choreography

7 publications: cloth.ccap, Here here (text, foto and box), Weaving politics, WP Lectures, ccap 2014 2015

1 international interdisciplinary project: CHOREO_DRIFT

33 collaborative public events

and extensive national and international guestperforming 


How can you contribute to the Network in your country?: 

CCAP may contribute with its extensive experience in the practice and production of choreography in terms of alternative politics and social dynamics. In collaboration with near by and far apart partners.