research female&male body by Yeri Anarika / Antonio Salinas
AUGUST 13-17 Tanzraum Berlin Wedding
We will connect the body as a kinetic tool and its expressive application to build a stage presence. The Idea is to get warm and connected to express and move without hesitation, as well to gain awareness to explore movement qualities.
We will connect the body as a kinetic tool and its expressive application to build a stage presence, which gives rise to a state of dynamic alertness and how to apply it when relating to space, time and other bodies. Influences are from contemporary dance, body techniques as well as from martial arts. Floor work and some acrobatics are part of the training but we aim to move into the space, exploring as well unfamiliar movement patterns. The Idea is to get warm and connected to express and move without hesitation, as well to gain awareness to explore movement qualities.
the starting depart is to search into our Female & Male sides: How are the states of movement? which qualities dow we find? which frequencies are involve? How many stereotypes we’re using? etc.. Those will be some of the themes in the context of the Research. We aim to work with concrete aspects of physical action and how they can be applied to fictional, physical and dance structures, depending on the specialty of each participating artist. Everything will be explore to produce a physically demanding vocabulary base on this topic. We wish to open our research and make a playful state of creativity.
WHEN: AUGUST 13-17
TIME: 10.30-14.00 (Physical training from 10.30-11.45 / Research 12-14h)
WHERE: TANZRAUM BERLIN WEDDING GbR Oudenarder Straße 16-20
Eingang A8, 2. Etage 13347 Berlin
AIM FOR : Dancers, performers, actors and musicians with previous body training.
COSTS: 85€ / Drop in day 20 € / (discounts can be arrange)
APPLY: email@example.com / 01778377733
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