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ATTENTION! Between 06.03 - 06.04. THE HOURS HAVE CHANGED FROM 9:30 TO 11:00am

ATTENTION!
BETWEEN 06.03. - 06.04. THE HOURS OF OUR PROFESSIONAL TRAINING HAVE CHANGED TEMPORARY FROM 9:30 TO 11:00 AM.
06.03. - 06.04.
 
Frey Faust

the fluid crystal

Undulating patterns of movement express the architectural character of all energy and form in this universe, the spiral. The practice of wave-form motion is healing and profoundly instructive, and represents the fine-grade understanding and conscious use of the body's resources. The Axis Syllabus designates the masses of the body as "motoric", i.e. possessing the potential for energy creation and propulsion, and the articulation or joints as administrative "motion centers", which provide moment arms, pendulum tie-offs and levers for the motoric masses. In this class we will practice limpid kinetic energy transfer from one motor to the other and discuss specific vector choices while we observe healthy limits for alignment.

 

Frey Faust is a second generation contact improviser and an alumnus of the 80´s New York dance scene. He has worked with and for (amongst others) Donald Byrd, Merce Cunningham, Meredith Monk, Randy Warshaw, Stephen Petronio und Danny Ezralow. Furthermore, he is the founder and initiator of the international research community “The axis syllabus”.0 to 20% anatomical theory


0 to 20% applied physics
0 to 80% task oriented improvisation
0 to 80% rhythmic movement patterns
60 to 100% movement study
10 to 90% chance that none of these percentages will be the same as predicted

 

© F. Flecha

27.03. - 30.03. | 09:30 - 11:00 | K32
the fluid crystal
Eszter Gál (Hungary)

dance is everywhere

A movement technique class that builds on releasing principals, begins with fine tuning to the whole self /practicing letting go, economy, opening to all directions, exploring dynamic alignment/, followed by partner movement studies, guided dancing and sequences that are based on flow, momentum and wide range of dynamics. Being playful and falling into forms will offer the possibility to enter the dance from many directions. Being on the floor or in the air can become one.

 

Eszter Gál is a dancer, teacher, working at the Universityof Theater and Film Arts in Budapest, co-founder of IDOCDE and the project coordinator as well as one of the researchers of the EU funded International project on documentation of Contemporary Dance Education REFLEX EUROPE (2015 – 2018). Her core interest is somatic-based movement research, improvisation performance and community work for dance education.

30 % Guided awareness work / alignment
40 % Movement exploration in solo or duet
30 % Learning movement with specific focus

©KNI

03.04. - 06.04. | 09:30 - 11:00 | K32
dance is everywhere
Easter holiday

no training

The professional training wil continue from the 24th of April 2017 at the usual time 10:30 to 12:00am.
07.04. - 23.04.
 
Blenard Azizaj (Berlin)

Deep and Chaotic

The Deep And Chaotic classes deal with transformation of movement and the building of deep dance vocabularies that derive from a conscious stepping out of comfort zones. Blenard Azizaj addresses the "animal" instinct within us, employing dynamic movements, roughness, sharpness and speed. Using the body's sensibility as a brush, we will paint an imaginary landscape through dancing. The state of mind becomes a state of body. We constantly construct and de-construct movement, roughing it up in order to refine it and making it real.

 

Blenard Azizaj was born in Albania. He graduated at the National State School of Greece, as a dancer, dance teacher and choreographer. He has worked and collaborated with Sasha Waltz & Guests, Akram Khan Company, Linga dance Company and Hellenic dance Company. He is creating his own choreographic works  and  also teaching his dance vocabulary in big dance companies in dance and theatre academies, and in several dance studios around the world.

24.04. - 27.04. | 10:30 - 12:00 | K32
Deep and Chaotic