Instrumental Bodies workshop | kūrybinės dirbtuvės

Menų spaustuvės užsienio rezidentė, choreografė Annabelle Dvir kviečia scenos menų atstovus iš šokio, judesio ir/arba garso ir muzikos lauko į kūrybines dirbtuves „Instrumental Bodies workshop – presentation VS sensation“.


Nuotrauka: David Kaplan

lapkričio 10 d. | 11.00-13.00 | studija III | dirbtuvės vyks anglų kalba | dalyvavimas nemokamas
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// Instrumental Bodies workshop – presentation VS sensation //
It’s a physical-vocal practice, in which the participants experience the weight of their bodies and the sound generated within them, thorough different actions-connections to the floor and via a vocal approach. The workshop communicates with the creation “Work of Flash – Soundtrack for Five Slammed Bodies” and relays its essence to the bodies involved. In the workshop we will investigate the body’s versatile vocalism as transformative language and behavioral frequencies; The range of the voice as a muscle, as a heterogeneous connotation – one between the sexual, infantile, suffocating, and the “groovy“. We will practice humming, singing and moving the flesh through musical partitures in varying atmospheres, trying to connect with each other via all of our senses, but also within a space of total darkness.

// Annabelle Dvir //
choreographer, dancer, vocalist and teacher, graduate of MA and BA with the Dean’s honors from the ‘Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance’, studying at ‘KELIM’ Choreography Program, recipient of the DanceWeb scholarship 2018 – ImPulsTanz – Vienna International Dance Festival. Her works premiered at ‘Between Heaven and Earth Festival 2017’, ‘Jerusalem International Dance Week 2016’ – ‘Machol Shalem Dance Festival’, ‘Mazya Dance Series’, Co-production – ‘Adama Dance Festival 2015’, ‘First Upcoming’ – ‘The Israeli Choreographers Association’, ‘Diablouge’ series and more. In her works she researches mainly the aesthetics that art has to offer to the humiliated, aching, bent body; to the changing contour between agony and pleasure, coercion to independence, and how they conjoin in the performer’s body as material, mass, sound – through visual, audial and plastic procedures.

Ši rezidencija yra Menų spaustuvės tarptautinių rezidencijų programos Print Art On Stage mainai su „Machol Shalem“ šokio namais | projektą finansuoja Lietuvos kultūros taryba ir Vilniaus miesto savivaldybė

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