Katie Duck
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  • amsterdam
  • Netherlands
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Joining date:
February 25, 2012
Do you want this account to represent:
organization
If you are representing an organization, what is the name of the organization:
Magpie
If you are representing an organization, what kind of organization?
Company, Education
Which other?
Katie Duck
First Name (Required: even if you are representing an organization you must use your name)
Katie
Last Name (Family Name)
Duck
About Me (human/individual)/interests, work..short bio/ THis is the most important. It is the only way to know that you are not a SPAMBOT!Be generous!
Katie Duck has been a professional performer and maker since the early 1970’s. She has been a hugely influential figure in the improvisational performance scene internationally, inspiring generations of performers, musicians and performance makers. She set up the widely acclaimed Gruppo in Italy in 1979 and toured Europe with a host of productions. She was head of choreography at Dartington College of arts (senior lecturer) in the late 1980’s. She joined the staff at Amsterdam Hogeschool voor de kunsten in 1991 teaching movement research, improvisation, composition and technique and founded the improvisational dance and music company Magpie in the 1990’s with whom she toured internationally. She has collaborated with renowned dance and improvisation music artists form all over the world. Katie’s career has included independent teaching, university teaching, set choreography’s, structured improvisations, music and dance real time performances and live streaming international performances Her collaborations have been with musicians, visual artists, lighting designers, dancers, actors and comedians. She has initiated education courses and workshops, festivals and monthly performance series in her three bases Italy, England and Holland. She has led dance companies, dance/music companies, advises young artists and has written text for her performances as well as critical articles. Katie has a determination to continue her research in theatre, music, dance, text and performance. Alongside her vocational studies, her research has led her toward social studies, cultural studies and brain studies. She believes that her research must not be validated by way of academic speak alone but rather on her insistence to hear, see and take part in the practice.
Personal/professional Website:
http://katieduck.com
Occupation ( maximum of three):
Movement artist (dancer/interdisciplinary performer)
which other:
Artistic director Magpie
Organization Website:
http://katieduck.com
English is the main language of this site, but let us know which language you would use in this network besides English:
Italian

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doing interviews

Posted on April 13, 2008 at 9:00pm 0 Comments

Got this from a friend...Marlon's interview with me i...........interviews are a wank........interviewing is the pretense that the artist has something profound to say .........in a time when art as we have known it has already become extent.......interviews live in a dream world of the past........ we dive into each others world......... alone in a high art world with our rich friends.........and pretentious attitudes......something made important that actually is not.........the dish towel… Continue

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