A Resource for Performing Artists, Scholars and Audiences.
Social norms, conventions, etiquette and rules create an environment that shapes our physicality and relation to the body – that is, our “body view”. The way we walk, run, dance, touch ourselves and each other is culturally determined but so deeply ingrained that we readily identify with it and say “this is the way I am”. We don’t remember or seem not to remember that from birth we are exposed to intense training that never really ends, and our behaviour is a way of conforming to the prevailing norms.
The aim of the workshop is to make us forget the body as we know it, and make us listen to it in the here and now, in relation to ourselves, the surrounding space, our partners and group. By focusing on solo and partner training we will discover new modes of perception, communication and improvisation that brings together, in a creative process, co-action, co-creation and co-existence.
WHO: Przemysław Błaszczak , leader/director of Kokyu Studio, actor of ZAR Theatre, pedagouge projects leader in the Grotowski Institute in Wrocław, Poland
WHEN: January 25th - 27th | 10am -3pm
PRICE: 150€ | 120€ Early Bird within January 4th
INFOS & REGISTRATIONS: firstname.lastname@example.org