Masses first – energy design and deployment
workshop on Sunday, 4th of June 2017, 13h till 17.30h
In this one day event we will experiment with abilities on how to deploy kinetic energy while exploring tools on lowering the resistance of inertia. Our segmental body offers many chances to interact with gravity if we recognise and understand how our body masses are interdependent. Questions like how to create Kinetic energy and recycle it to a maximum will be focus of our research. Proposed movement material and improvisation will be used to find efficient deals with the forces around us.
Contribution: sliding scale from €30 till €50
CLOUD is delighted to have Bariş Mihçi to come teach in Den Haag! This is a wonderful opportunity to get to know this great teacher with a wealth of experience in teaching the Axis Syllabus in various contexts and places across Europe. Bariş will give you a taste of how the tools & information compiled in the Axis Syllabus can enrich your dancing. Feel welcome to join us in the CLOUD studio!
More information about Axis Syllabus: www.axissyllabus.org
More about Bariş:
Bariş Mihçi was born 1976 in Wuppertal, Germany and is currently based between Turkey and Europe. He graduated with degrees in social pedagogy, German language, Sports and special education for physically disabled children at the University of Cologne. He completed his studies with a social-cultural research thesis referring to Pina Bausch’s Tanztheater and its artistic research about human relationships. Bariş then began his dancing life. His curiosity about the art of dancing was strongly influenced by following the work of Pina Bausch for over 14 years. Coming from an athletic background, movement was always a big interest to him. In 2001 he was introduced and immersed himself in the Axis Syllabus enabling. Bariş acquired a teacher’s certificate after 4 years and has been teaching regularly for dancers and non-dancers alike across Europe since. He has taught at Studio Hybrid, Dancetrumjette, Espace Catastrophe, the Nomadic College, DOCH, the Cullberg Ballet among many other professional dance training institutions. Bariş’ performance work is based in solo, site specific and improvisation. He has presented solos at Belgart Moment Festival, Festival tanzhautnah, RAC Festival (Brussels) among others. He has also collaborated extensively with Collectif en Transit, devoted to bringing dance to urban public spaces. Bariş is a key organizer of the Nomadic College since 2004 and a member of the Axis Syllabus member assessment panel. Since 2012 Bariş is teaching workshops world-wide in schools or festivals and lives between Turkey and Europe.