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CONTEMPORARY DANCE TECHNIQUE "SEQUENCING THROUGH" | Orlando Rodriguez
CONTEMPORARY DANCE TECHNIQUE "SEQUENCING THROUGH" / A+B level, B+C level
We will focus the technical approach on the extremities, as a more simple and probably most clear way to understand the potential of generating movement from a distant point and how that possibly affects or put in motion a much longer spectrum of our whole system. From the horizontal to the vertical, from down to up, the process of the class will use as well the notions of weight, contact surfaces and precarious balance as tools to use gravity to move. Through a carefully designed technical exercises, we will progressively build a state where the body will be able to reorient, readdress and consciously master the different decisions and paths the body in motion can take. “Sequencing through” propose us to experience a constant flow of conscious relation with our own bodies and the space (or bodies) surrounding us.
BIOGRAPHY / Orlando Rodriguez
Orlando Rodriguez was born 1974 in Caracas, Venezuela. He made his first steps both in theatre and dance at the Escuela Superior de Artes Escénicas "Juana Sujo" and the Taller Permanente de Danza - Escuela Técnica de Artes Visuales "Cristóbal Rojas". Between 2004 and 2007, he benefited from a DAAD - Fundayacucho scholarship to study at the Folkwang-Hochschule in Essen, Germany, where he
obtained a Postgraduate Diploma as a Dance Performer. He has organized several exchange projects between Venezuela and Germany, such as "Tanz in Venezuela" in 2007. He is now a freelance performer and choreographer in Europe, based in Berlin, and collaborated among others with MOUVOIR / Stephanie Thiersch (DE), Davide Camplani (IT/DE), Cie. Morphose / Soraya Thomas (FR) and Vincent Bozek (FR). Since 2009 he has been following different engagements with Sasha Waltz & Guests Company in Berlin, performing and collaborating in many projects worldwide. In 2012 he participated in the dance project "MusicTANZ - Carmen" within the education project of the Berliner Philharmoniker, where he took part in the choreographical and pedagogical realisation of the project with over 100 pupils. His curiosity and interest in sharing and transmitting knowledge around body
practices made him to lead different Master Classes in Germany, France, Venezuela and Spain.