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Where is the beauty in larp? In traditional aesthetic theory there is a division between the audience and the artist. What happens to aesthetics when this line is dissolved?(223Mbytes)
From Viennese psychoanalysis and theatre rebels to the Cold War and the human potential movement. And from there: To larp. Eirik Fatland connects the dots through the 20th century up until the present.(137Mbytes)
In Russian larps characters’ death usually does not depend on players’ decisions, but is due to different rules (combat rules, medicine rules, etc.). So players are not free to decide when their characters should die, it is mostly a matter of fortune. Death is permanent, so there is a system which helps to debrief a player after their character’s death and to immerse him or her into a new character (the Land of Death). Organizers also use this system to enrich players’ experience of larp focus and ideas.(143Mbytes)
The Mic is open, so share your piece and come listen to others do the same! To join, contact us beforehand on firstname.lastname@example.org or sign up at the Solmukohta info desk during the event! Hosted by Jukka Seppänen.(108Mbytes)
Закрывающий мюзикл на ролевом конвенте Solmukohta.
Aleksi Joensuu, Anni Tolvanen, Jamie MacDonald
No boat cruise is complete without musical entertainment! Join Anni Tolvanen, Jamie MacDonald, and a host of others in a singing, dancing, celebratory and occasionally silly show about all the things that bring us our love of larp. Expect absurdity; glitter.(80Mbytes)
Are you tired of Nordic larp evangelists? Had enough of old farts with nothing but criticism? Do you believe the future of larp lies in boffer fighting? The Hour of The Rant lets ten people take the stage for five minutes each and bring their bitterness and complaining to the masses. It's fast, it's fun and it's (slightly) outrageous. A tradition that started in 2011 and was cut by the Danish organizers in 2015, the Hour of The Rant now returns. After all, we're on a fucking boat, and someone's bound to complain about that!
Hosted by the notorious Claus Raasted, the Hour of the Rant is a must-see at this year's Solmukohta! Rant inbound!
In the constant push to innovate and create bolder and better larps, there’s a chance past traditions can get cast in a negative light. In this presentation we’ll talk about the game traditions in larp that have come before and the way we talk about our communities at large. This isn’t a talk calling for everyone to “just get along” but will instead look at what we lose in the race to innovate and the infighting it can create in our gaming communities.(117Mbytes)
Your game might tackle political issues, but what happens when just the act of attending a game is a political act? At this talk we’ll discuss the issues of attending a larp when you’re outside of what is considered a normative physical body, and how body bias can effect a game medium like larp that is so grounded in the physical. Some of the topics we’ll discuss are things like standards of beauty, game casting, body shaming, ableism and the question of how these issues affect our game design.(99Mbytes)