workshop day four

Camilla has made a clip of day four. The Timelapse approach illustrates how film can be used to highlight particular activities, tools, ideas; here space and spaces inbetween become particularly apparent. Levels and relationships between bodies are also readily visible in the shifting patterns of movement. Advertisements

reflecting on the workshop

This from Sara Wookey: As the one-week workshop has come to an end and I slowly shift to another dance project within another museum context in another cultural context, I take with me many insights, thoughts and musings that will inform my practice, my teaching and current and future projects. It has been an absolutely…

day four, workshop one

Today was the showing to a small group of invited guests. Sara suggested that the event should have a focus on process and so, after our beginning walking warm up, the group revisited the sequence from Trio A, the improvised phrases and translations, and the yes manifestos and their interpretation Activities moved to the East…

gallery space

Emily’s thoughts on day two: As we reach the half way stage in the choreography workshop it is already clear that there is a huge amount to think about in terms of engaging with this art form (i.e. dance/choreography) in the context of the art museum.  The positive approach of the participants in the project…

day two, workshop one

Two new participants joined today. We began with the name game followed by a warm up. Key tools – space, time, gaze – were introduced in the walking exercise. Participants then worked on: 1. Developing some individual movement material 2. Writing notations for an individual movement phrase 3. Putting movement phrases together, using the tools of…