Residency Lea Canu Ginoux

From 26 to 31/08/2012

 

Echoing Perpection Reserach 1/ Renaissance

A work in progress, a first step into the research about the notion of ‘echo’ and ‘silence’.

A proposal to enter a dynamic meditative space.

It’s two years I’ve been thinking about doing a simple work, where the core movement would be the physical engagement into an extreme slow motion. The body is becoming a sculptural being.
The path drawn on the floor is a calligraphic transposition of my signature. Emerged into slow motion, I keep tracing and re-borning through my signature.

The sounds of my movements are almost unperceivable, but the presence and density of the slow motion generates a deep attention into the details of my movements. One could hear/imagine the sounds connection to what is seen.
when the sound comes amplified, it is echoing what had happened, it is sounds of the begging of the slow motion…
The body vanishing in shadow, and the dark room plunge our ears into the retransmission of sounds which have been process…
Along this path, there is an offer to allow silence and rest.

Residency Matteo Graziano

Matteo Graziano (1984) is a choreographer, director and performer with academic level and over 6 years experience with leading production houses in the Netherlands and Italy (Emio Greco PC / ICKamsterdam, DANSMAKERS Amsterdam, De Nederlandse Opera, P. Grassi). As a performer, he has 10 years of experience in contemporary dance.

In his choreographic work, Matteo is inspired by broad abstract concepts and themes from which he draws artistic research questions, (re)discovering the dormant layers of creativity in himself and his performers. He is comfortable in combining academic research inputs together with instinctual and poetic imagination. His performances are said to be ‘solid, physical and philosophical at the same time’ and that ‘give the audience something to think about, to discuss and to feel’.

From 6 to 19/8/2012

Residency Barbara Ebner

From 11/06 to 22/06/2012

Originally coming from south Germany, Barbara is an artist, freelance dancer, choreographer and teacher. During her dance and choreography studies at ArtEZ Arnhem, she developed a strong interest in collaborative work. She is working in a close dialog with colleagues, other art forms and fields outside of the arts with which a connection might seem farfetched in the first place. Together they are looking for a shared level of abstraction which enables the senses to join forces in the experience of art and life.
Her main fascination simply keeps on being movement, the body and the language that becomes alive with both together. The subtle and intimate qualities of performance in the present moment made her investigate more and more in the field of improvisation and instant composition – at the heart and potential of creative processes.


As choreographer and dancer/performer she is working in various often interdisciplinary projects and collectives mostly in the Netherlands in and around Arnhem; currently with Komma4, Poezie Plus, Walking Faces and CCCompass (a collective founded with Eline van Ark). Furthermore she is co-founder of LABSCAPE Barefoot Experiments, an interdisciplinary improvisation platform – since 2011 organizing a once a month experiment space for artists and everyone interested. In addition to that she is sharing her fascination and enthusiasm for improvisation and instant composition in her teaching, where she often works on bridging both contemporary technique and improvisation. Currently she is giving workshops and Improvisation/Composition at the Fast Track MBO education and the ArtEZ dance academy, Arnhem.

Residency Keren Rosenberg

Independent dancer/ choreographer & gaga teacher. In CLOUD from 30/5 to 10/6/2012

 

Keren performing in August 2012:

Keren Rosenberg, the first certified teacher from the pilot teacher training program of Ohad Naharin’s Gaga language and a leading choreographer-Dancer when it comes to building Cultural bridges via Dance (with Iceland & The Netherlands & Ireland).

Collaborating artists – Gudrun oskarsdottir, Lydia Gretarsdottir, Eilit Marom and Yigal Tzur.

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