David Zambrano – TICTAC art centre in Brussels invites Mark Tompkins with the workshop called: SERIOUS FUN.
Mark’s unique way of fabricating unidentified performance objects that mix dance, music, voice, text and video, has become his signature. He is renowned for his teaching and his passion for
Where: TICTAC art centre, Rue Emile Carpentier 34, Brussels, Belgium
18.3.- 22.3.19 : Times: 14.00 – 18.00
by Mark Tompkins
When improvising, each performer is working simultaneously on many different levels of perception; listening, watching, sensing, acting, reacting to one’s self and one’s partners in a given space and time. The art of
These are some of the questions we will address through a series of improvisations, games and simple scores, from solo to group, that explore vision, listening and touch. Then, we’ll practice performing the essential keys of RTC: the question of choice, intuitive and voluntary states, simultaneous time, letting go, the relationship between the performer and the witness. Moments of analysis accompany the atelier.
MARK TOMPKINS – American dancer, singer, choreographer and teacher, he founds the Company I.D.A. in 1983. His unique way of fabricating unidentified performance objects that mix dance, music, voice, text and video, has become his signature. Renowned for his teaching, his passion for Real-time composition leads him to collaborate with many dancers and musicians around the world. In 2008, he receives the SACD Choreography prize for all his work. His recent performances are inspired by music hall, burlesque and musical comedy. He also sings and dances with the composer Sarah Murcia and collaborates with the choreographer Mariana Tengner. Barros.
Plus performance event:
(Duration 20-60 min / Donation of 5 Euro min.)
(Tip: the week after we co-host a week on the work of Steve Paxton, organised by ContreDanse. Check our website.)
Registration for the workshop you find at the bottom of the page on:
Costs for participants: 200 Euro Registration fee of 80 euro required (as part of the 200).
TICTAC art centre, Rue Emile Carpentier 34, Brussels