In this workshop we will use two sets of contrasting tools for inventing movement and then a third that merges the two.
When: November 10 – 14 @Sergine Laloux
Where: Studio Hybrid, Brussels
Somatic processes such as textual and sonic induction, visualization, conceptual entrainment will stimulate the generation of gestures and movement material at their source.
Cognitive processes like movement rules, formulas, topographic definitions, translations and kinesthetic filters will cause, control and modify movement sequences after their initial impulse. Mining these two sources constitutes two primary orientations to movement invention.
Combining the two, simultaneously, sequentially or alternatively, produces surprisingly anti-intuitive and original dance ideas.
The resulting movement amalgams can be highly complex and their performance liberating. (more…)