Perilously Efficient Movement with Deborah Hay
Perilously Efficient Movement – dance as form of survival. Is art doing this all the time? Might this be the very nature of dance but we have not attributed this language to it before? What if we do now? How and what do we learn from this perspective from our bodies in motion? Deborah Hay will provide a pre-determined sequence of movements to framework this collective research.
Where: Tanzfabrik Berlin Kreuzberg, Berlin, Germany
When: 22.-26.06.20 // 10:00-16:00
Deadline for applications: 19.06.2020
“What I mean by perilously efficient is that dance, for me, is a form of survival. And therefore, to test my ability, my capacity to survive as a choreographer and performer, I choose to reduce stimulation that would otherwise influence the choreography, the practice, and the performance of my work. I am not ignorant of the danger in being ordinary nor the lack of quality in being efficient.” Deborah Hay
To apply, fill out the form on this page: https://www.tanzfabrik-berlin.de/en/workshop_anmeldung
Costs for participants: 500€ (440€*)
*Applies on arrival of the full workshop fee on our account by 04.06.20
No professional discount available for this workshop.
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