Contact Improvisation workshop – Qualities of Touch

Date/Time
Date(s) - 23.02.2019 - 24.02.2019
11:00 - 15:00

Location
VDH

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Contact Improvisation workshop - Qualities of Touch

CI workshop – Qualities of Touch

In this in-depth weekend workshop we will look at the way we use the surface of touch as a source of information and communication.
We will also dive deep into the skin, through the flesh and into the structure, using the surface to inform the organisation of the body. Thus establishing and creating a clear understanding of our mutual movement.
Both alone and with a partner, we will work on the intention (and inner-tension) of our moving bodies.
 
– How can I clearly communicate my wish through the touch?
– How can I listen through the skin?
– Where does my body end and where does my partner’s body begin?
 
This workshop is intended for people with experience in contact Improvisation.
 
Feb. 23-24
11:00-15:00
Fee: 75€
House VDH: Rue des Pierres 6, Brussels
 
Limited places avalible
Registration: office@adyelzam.com
(please include a short introduction with your experience while applying)
 
Ady Elzam Started working with contact improvisation back in 2006 during his studies. He later worked with a few dance companies that use contact improvisation and partner work as a main source of creation.

Ady teaches contact improvisation regularly and he discovered most of his current material through exploration of the guiding principles of CI as described by Steve Paxton.

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