A workshop with Sayouba Sigué to discover Faso Danse Theatre’s technique that stems from three keywords: urgency, need, vitality.
Where: CID – Centro Internazionale della Danza, Corso Rosmini 58, Rovereto (TN), Italy
When: 23th-24th May 2020
Deadline for applications: 8th May 2020
During the last years, Faso Danse Theatre focused on the development of a dance technique that stems from three keywords: urgency, need, vitality. From these three words a dance vocabulary was created, one with a complex composition based on the oppositions in movement, on fragility, on internal violence and on speed of thought. Participants will look for what – in their opinion – is urgent to express today, and they will work on how to express it with their body in the space. In this workshop the individual and the group will be explored as concepts. Also, some bits of Kalakuta Republik’s choreography will be shared.
The workshop is based on the dance technique developed during the 90s by Serge Aimé Coulibaly, who starts from a contemporary African gesture and opens up to other forms of dance. He creates a dance of African roots, but without rigid definitions or barriers; the priority is the expression of the body through vitality, elegance, beauty and emotion. It will be a work of improvisation and meeting, which will cross theatre techniques to find unique movements and dances. The main goal is indeed the search for the creation of unique movements, typical of one’s physical possibilities and potential.
You can proceed with the registration:
– online: check our website (online payment by credit card)
– by email to firstname.lastname@example.org and sending the registration form
Costs for participants: 60 euro for registration to a single day of activity, 100 euro for registration for both days of activity.
Early Booking: if you book by 10th April 2020, you will get a 20% discount on the registration fee.
For further information, please visit https://www.orienteoccidente.it/en/cid/program/urgence-et-movement—i-said-africa-not-tradition_4971_ida/