Mon 07.02.2022 | 10:00 am - 11:30 am
Tue 08.02.2022 | 10:00 am - 11:30 am
Wed 09.02.2022 | 10:00 am - 11:30 am
Thu 10.02.2022 | 10:00 am - 11:30 am
Fri 11.02.2022 | 10:00 am - 11:30 am
Künstlerhaus Mousonturm - Studio 3
60316 Frankfurt am Main
Das Training findet in Präsenz statt.
Momentan ist die Teilnehmer*innenzahl auf 10 Personen beschränkt und es gilt die 2G+ Regel. Das vollständige Hygienekonzept und weitere wichtige Infos sind in der Bestätigungsmail zu finden.
Anmeldung bitte 3 Tage im Voraus an email@example.com
The class will provide tools to explore the physical and sensorial aspects of our bodies. The structure is shaped from a warm up inspired by somatic practices, anatomy and martial arts, followed by floorwork elements seeking moments of improvisation to re-organize the choreographic material. The focus is on the constant search of a flow, using physical laws of movement, spirals, gravity and breathing in order to find oneself (out of) control. The exercises will gradually increase its complexities, until it reaches a cool down. The aim is to transform
routines, overcome obstacles, and to explore the possibilities within the impossibilities of our dance. I am looking for playful moments in order to step out of our comfortable zones. From individual to collective investigations, we activate our presence to generate an available body.
Jorge Bascuñan is a Brazilian Multidisciplinary Artist, Teacher, and Choreographer, currently based in Berlin. He completed his bachelor’s degree in Physical Education, and he is certificated in Cinematography and Actor’s Direction both at his hometown, São Paulo. Since 2012 he is codirector of the ‘Baillistas Collective’ of Photography and Multi-art, and director of Ìdrima, a collective of performance and contemporary art. In 2016 he moved to Germany where he concluded the master’s program in contemporary dance education (MA CoDE, HfMDK, Germany). His dance training includes floor work, martial arts, contact improvisation, and dance theater. Bascuñan reveals his multidisciplinary experiments, mixing photography, video, drawing, sounds, and text with research on movement, questioning the meaning of a socially constructed body, focusing on translations of somatic practices, seeking to re-signify symbolic aspects of a contemporary corporeality.