FAST AND FURIOUS - QUESTIONING PERSPECTIVES
Attention! 2G+ event (fully vaccinated/recovered + proof of third vaccination or test)!
To enable training sessions, we offer intensive courses with a limited number of participants. These courses last 3 days and take place Monday to Wednesday from 10:30 - 12:30. A registration with a short CV at firstname.lastname@example.org is absolutely necessary. This way you will also receive links for ticket purchase. Participation should preferably be for the whole course week (15€), but it is also possible to buy daily tickets (6€).
"My approach to movement has changed, and it has changed me, but it has remained true to a fundamental understanding of space and body relationship."
How can one (re) appropriate one's own body and focus on its location in space? Frédéric Tavernini invites us to isolate movements in order to reformulate them. Consequently, there is no wrong or right decision in movement, rather it is about the energy that instantaneously inscribes itself in space and leaves indelible traces of our movements. Accordingly, a movement does not develop linearly, but invents itself step by step, giving way to unpredictability. The body takes emotions merely as a starting point and then follows a dynamic that goes long beyond the initial ignition of affect. We then embark on paths that are not necessarily familiar to us.
Information about the event
2G+ event (vaccinated/ recovered and tested or third vaccination dose)
|Location||Kampnagel - K32|
is a dancer and choreographer. He received his training at the Paris Opera Ballet School. After engagements with the National Ballet of Nancy and Lorraine, he danced as a soloist with the Béjart Ballet Lausanne, Lyon Opéra Ballet, Grands Ballets Canadiens and Marseille National Ballet, among others. He has been a freelance dancer since 2005 and works with renowned choreographers such as Jiří Kylian, William Forsythe, Tero Saarinen and Maguy Marin. His own choreographic works include "Li fet met" (2003), "Grenn" (2004), "Wedged in the Red Room" (2009) and "Wolf Songs for Lambs" (2015).