From 1st to 12th February 2016
About FLUID MOSAIC
FLUID MOSAIC is a project exploring the interactivity of movement, sound, and plastic material while being inspired by the process and dynamics of human biological functions. The design of the environment suggests the internal world of the human body as it takes us on a visual journey of cellular fluids and fascia network. We manipulate plastic to find its transformative properties and biological correspondence. The result is a production of physical movements, projected images and live sound derived from this material.
FLUID MOSAIC is also a metaphor of the exchange, and
collaboration between people, technology and artistic ideas. We are interested in the permeable boundaries between various artistic approaches and the emergence of mutual transformation. The meeting point of this collaboration practice is similar to the intelligent patterns of the cellular membrane also called Fluid Mosaic membrane due to its constant dynamic of selection and exchange taking place between the inside and the outside of the cell.
Workshop | 6 February | 10:30 – 15:00 (incl. lunch break)
Register at: firstname.lastname@example.org (last minute drop-in also possible)
Costs: € 30
About Kay Patru
Kay Patru is a dance and movement improvisation teacher, choreographer, certified body worker based in Amsterdam. His work focuses primarily on developing improvisation and somatic awareness tools designed to awaken the innate intelligence of the body.
His choreographic projects focus on designing and integrating movement, visual information and sound as a multi-layered environment.
In the recent years, Kay Patru started an intensive artistic collaboration with South Korean based artists. He is currently guest lecturer at the Korean National University of Performing Arts for the Choreographic and Performance department. He teaches regularly movement research and somatic awareness classes.
About Jihae Ko
Jihae Ko is a dancer, choreographer and bodywork therapist based in Amsterdam. She graduated from the School of Toronto Dance Theater (Modern dance), SNDO (performance studies and choreography) and Shenzou open university (Acupuncture therapy).
While collaborating with numerous choreographers, visual artists and theater makers in Canada, Europe and South Korea, she is committed to bridging art practice and therapy as a path where creativity and inter-personal growth meet.