The Urge of being: toward our innate expression in performing art
1. & 2. Juli 2017
A new training for performers inspired by the “Biochemistry of emotion”
with Daniela Marcozzi, in collaboration with Jasmin Rengsomboon, practitioner of the Pantarei Approach
“Molecules, cells, organisms, clusters and colonies are the beginning shape of life’s movement.” Stanley Keleman
Empowering two-day workshop for performers, dancers, actors and singers led by Daniela Marcozzi – performer, theater director and educator, degree in molecular biology – in collaboration with Jasmin Rengsomboon.
This work is inspired by the Theory of Biochemistry of Emotion by PhD Candace Pert: “We’re not just little chunks of meat. We’re vibrating like a tuning fork – we send out a vibration to other people. We broadcast and receive. Thus the emotions orchestrate the interactions among all our organs and systems to control that.”
Through breath, inner visualization, movement, voice work and imagination, we will visit the geography of the organism to find yet undiscovered rooms, in order to break down molecular structures that hold emotions, freeing our native energy to create an artistic and urgent work.
Exercises of physical awareness and breath circulation, led by Jasmin Rengsomboon, will facilitate the access to our kinesthesia and muscular pattern offering a ground for our expressive research.
Participants will also get the basic concepts of the Theory Biochemistry of Emotion, to look at the performer’s work through an organic eye, to trust their imagination, to feel and validate their internal rhythm and to enrich their scenic presence.
Life sciences and performing arts
Life sciences and performing arts perfectly match with each other since they deal with the same material, the living creatures: their fusion will help the performer being urgent, alive and groovy.
Sa 15:30 – 20:45 & So 12:30 – 18:45
Fee: 80 Euro normal fee / 70 Euro early birds – before June 10th
Information & registration: Daniela Marcozzi, daniela.marcozzi [AT] gmail.com, Tel. +49 152 11502685, www.danielamarcozzi.net