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Marlon Barrios Solano is a Venezuelan-American Meditation Teacher, Interdisciplinary Artist, Educator and Researcher. With a hybrid background in movement arts, performance studies, new media and psychology he investigates the intersections of cognition, embodiment, awareness and social innovation in healing, care and art practices. He is a Certified Vipassana/Mindfulness Meditation Teacher by Spirit Rock Meditation Center (USA). He studies and practices at Insight Meditation Society (USA) and Beatenberg Meditation Center (Switzerland) developing his own interdisciplinary synthesis. He is the creator and curator of dance-tech.net, dance-tech.tv (unstablelandscape) and movimiento.org and the producer of the dance-tech interviews.
Marlon was a research associate at the Inter-University of Dance/University of The Arts (UDK/HZT) in Berlin (Germany) from 2013 to 2016. He was also a 2017 Hombroich Fellow (Germany) and ICK Amsterdam researcher in residency 2013-14. He has taught and developed projects in the US, Europe, North Africa, the Middle East and South America.
As a dancer in NYC, he collaborated with choreographers Lynn Shapiro, Merian Soto, Dean Moss and Susan Marshall and with musicians Philip Glass, John Zorn and Erik Friedlander. He has an MFA in Dance and Technology 2004 (new media, performance of improvisation and embodied cognition) from The Ohio State University, USA.
Currently, he teaches his interdiciplinary perspective on dance and new media arts, vipassana meditation and somatic awareness locally and internationally. He is a student of the Somatic Experiencing Certification Program (NYC) and he is an Embodyoga® 200 Hour Teacher (RYT200). Since March 2017, he works and lives at Insight Meditation Society in Barre, MA in the US.
A sensual, fluid, hypnotic exploration of a “human sculpture”: the bodies of five dancers pass, cross, follow, intertwine with each other. A video of dance, adaptation of choreographer Gilles Jobin’s “The Moebius Strip”.
The Moebius Strip, created at the Théâtre de la Ville in Paris during the spring of 2001 became one of his most emblematic pieces. “On the…Continue
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UNSTABLELANSCAPE Online Festival: Forever Hybrid Week 1
While We Were Holding It Together
In While We Were Holding It Together, a tribute to the power of the imagination, Ivana Müller subjects…Continue