Instead of Throws – Circular Object Manipulation

A weekend of object manipulation with Kathrin Wagner
10am – 5pm, 7-8 November, 2020
Wilhelminenhofstr 91, 12459 Berlin

This open-level workshop is for everyone who loves circular objects, i.e. rings and hula hoops. We’re exploring various alternatives to the “classic” throws known in juggling.

How about a kick up into your favourite hoop move? How about rolls that can easily be turned into a variation of the classic Bramson back rolls, or a new way to get into your most impressive site swap? Continue reading “Instead of Throws – Circular Object Manipulation”

Windstyle – Level 2 – Aragorn ‘Bishop’ Boulanger

5 days of Windstyle dance with Aragorn ‘Bishop’ Boulanger
2pm – 7pm, 16-20 November, 2020
Wilhelminenhofstr 91, 12459 Berlin

In this session, we will go deeper into the Windstyle practice in terms of technique, requirement, and meaning; getting closer to the way that Aragorn and his company are regularly practicing it in life, and using it in their artistic works. Continue reading “Windstyle – Level 2 – Aragorn ‘Bishop’ Boulanger”

Fluxfulness – Antoni Androulakis

Two days of movement with Antoni Androulakis
14-15 November, 2020
Wilhelminenhofstr 91, 12459 Berlin

The class is a synthesis of the different ways I have approached the floor work over the past 7 years. It will include a body preparation which consists of a mix of strength and coordination exercises, making our body ready to incorporate new information in a sustainable way. Continue reading “Fluxfulness – Antoni Androulakis”

Larval Masks – Francesco Procopio

Mask Theatre Workshop with Francesco Procopio
05-06 December, 2020
Wilhelminenhofstr 91, 12459 Berlin

The aim of this workshop is to provide a basic knowledge of mask and movement theatre through an exploration of larval masks. Larval masks feature prominently in the Carnival traditions of Basel, Switzerland. First used in actor training by Jacques Lecoq, these masks represent semi-formed beings that are naive, curious and vulnerable. Originally very colourful, Lecoq decided to modify the masks, making them plain in colour and design. This simplicity allows actors to embody psychologically complex states, inviting them to ‘complete’ the mask using the movements of their own body. Continue reading “Larval Masks – Francesco Procopio”