Two days of movement with Antoni Androulakis
30-31 October, 2021
Wilhelminenhofstr 91, 12459 Berlin
Having composed & decomposed my floor work practice over the past 9 years, this workshop follows up my ongoing research to develop tools that enable movement artists to expand their physicality. It will include a physical preparation which consists of a mix of mobility exercises, making our bodies ready to incorporate new information in a sustainable way.
The practice breaks down the question of: “ how to use gravity as a movement generator ? ”
Using mainly improvisation, this question will be answered through the exploration of different concepts such as:
– Becoming conscious of the use of our weight through the points of contact we create with the floor.
– Exploring the idea of being both relaxed & active; using the needed tension in order to facilitate movement while getting rid of unnecessary rigidity.
– Using our body as a holistic organism. Seeing it as a whole rather than separated, we will find ways to make our full body contributes to the movement.
Being interested in acrobatics, I will share different elements that will be worked as movements rather than “tricks” to include them in one’s own dance.
I do not differentiate in between the way I deal with movement and how I deal with my daily life. My teaching is therefore a synthesis of my intuitive understanding of things I am actively practicing: awareness, challenge & playfulness.
Places: max 15 due to COVID-19 restrictions
Times: Saturday and Sunday : 14.00-17.30h
Price: Early bird: 65 – Regular price: 75
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Born in Belgium, Antoni Androulakis graduated from the Conservatory of Antwerp( Belgium) before entering La Manufacture (Switzerland), where he focused on choreographic research as well as creating his own teaching material.
Antoni has collaborated & performed with Alexander Vantournhout Rakesh Sukesh, Edan Gorlicki & Adam Benjamin amongst others. Asides performing, he has been the choreographic assistant of the Company Cocoon during the creation of “Attaque” & is currently working on his last solo “Tethered”.
Eager to share his own research, he has been teaching in different countries across Europe & Central America where he aims to connect elements of floor work & acrobatics.