Event Details

resonance

Time: September 17, 2011 from 3pm to 8pm
Location: Agora Collective Berlin, DE
Event Type: improvisation, workshop, for, dancers
Organized By: bilwa
Latest Activity: Sep 6, 2011

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Event Description

| resonance | movement + sound
improvisation workshop for dancers

workshop—15:00 - 18:00 suggested fee 10 € (not required)

Daniela Lehmann(DE)—dancer/choreographer

Bilwa(US)—sound artist/electronic musician | www.perpetualmvmtsnd.org

Open to all dancers previous improvisation experience is not required.

English with German translation if necessary.

| resonance | is based on practices that enable heightened states of sensory perception.

The workshop shares methods for reverberating mindfully with other dancers during duet and ensemble improvisation. We will focus on listening, sensing, and acting from sound, movement, and memory impulses. We will explore expansions and contractions of energy andsound in our bodies and in the space. We will trace the pathways that movement material takes between outside and inside: input - filtering - output - sending. Rather than reacting to other bodies,
sounds or images, we will cultivate a stance that allows us to observe, consider, and respond with as much of our selves as possible.

The group will explore questions like: How do we transmit messages that perpetuate in different forms through the space instead of dying out? How do we translate or morph messages into
different media like sound, writing, drawing, or assessing? How can we use vibration, reflection, sounding, panning, resounding, writing, and remembering to create a resonating body?

| resonance | will culminate in a structured improvisation performance by Bilwa, Daniela and workshop participants with special guest musicians Audrey Chen,Luca Marini and Andrea Serafim.

All workshop participants are invited to perform, however,
it is not a requirement for workshop participation.

performance—19:00 - 21:00 suggested donation for audience 5 € (not required)
Bilwa-laptop
Audrey Chen-cello/voice/synth
Luca Marini-drums

Andrea Serafim-flute

Daniela Lehmann-movement
Emily Sweeney-movement
Workshop Participants-movement

*There will be a bar before and after the performance in lobby.

Agora Collective | agoracollective.org | Mittelweg, 50 Berlin

Nearest Metro: U8 – Leinestraße and U7 – Karl-Mark-Sraße
To register or questions: Bilwa – williambilwacosta[at]gmail
[dot]com

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