Thematic Creation for Solo and Group Work

2 days of practical reflection and re-creation with Cox Ahlers
11am – 5pm, 26-27 May, 2018

This is a lab for generating new aspects of creation. The questions, how to express ourselves, how to use our technical skill to deal with a theme and how to take a stand in the actually political circumstances constantly come along in our quotidian art-work.

In the lab thematic creation we fan out the participants’ creation structures and look at them practically in improvisations and experimentation from different viewpoints. We will explore solo and group exercises to find new ways of dealing with creation and to enrich the thinking about it.

Thematic Creation addresses to artists who want to create and wants to be their own author, also to directors, choreographers and dramatic advisers who want to expend their abilities in a two-way discourse. Creatives from all artforms and disciplines are welcome.

Language: English, German, French

Places: 16
Price – Early bird: 60€ Regular: 75€
On-the-door: 85€

For registration by bank transfer, please visit the registration page or use Paypal below:
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Cox Ahlers is living and working in Berlin, born 1979 in Heidelberg, she started circus at the age of nine. In ESAC Brussels she graduated 2002 as dance-acrobat specialized in site specific performances. Now she is working as performer, director, outside-eye and organizer in the field of contemporary circus. She enriched her approach to contemporary arts via workshops with Firenza Guidi, the DAS arts feedback method and dramaturgy labs with Sebastian Kann. Her way of creating brought out the contemporary circus productions “Feedbackschleifen” 2012, her Solo “And what if” (wip) and the interdisciplinary performances “Ein kybernetischer Zirkus” and “Substantia-das Licht greifen” at the Bauhausfest from Stiftung Bauhaus Dessau 2016 and 2017. As Berlin-coordinator from Initiative Neuer Zirkus e.V. she supports the network of contemporary circus scene and its further development.

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