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Art in Common - Image and Movement
Mon, 3 Apr 2017, 18:30 – Sun, 9 Apr 2017, 20:00 BST
Take part in this unique opportunity to work with choreographers and visual artists on a truly interdisciplinary project. Explore the connections between movement and image over four exclusive workshops where you will create choreography with shapes angles and lines, and then use these compositions as a basis for incorporating movement into the 2D practice.
- Work on choreographing your own piece
- Dance with calligraphy and line drawing
- Capture movement on paper
- Translate projected images into movement
During these workshops you will not only visualise and embody image through movement but also learn how to capture dance on paper using different techniques such as quick sketching and calligraphy.
By the end of the week you will be encouraged to compose your own choreography inspired by the images you have drawn throughout the previous workshops. The final workshop will be an exciting experiment where you will create choreography from projected images thus combining both practices into one performance.
Monday 03/04 6.30-8.00PM
Contemporary dance class, exploring shape and movement with Charlotte Edmonds
Tuesday 04/04 - 6.30-8.00PM
Life Drawing, working with dancers as models with Dis|Connect Dance
Thursday 06/04 6.30-8.00PM
Choreography class, composing shape with Charlotte Edmonds
Sunday - 09/04 2.00-6.00PM
A day of working with dancers and painters. Interdisicplinary workshop with all involved artists.
Charlotte Edmonds of the Royal Ballet Young Choreographer Programme. Charlotte is interested in poetic movement, encouraging artists to be more expressive through the influence of physicality and muscle memory. During these workshops she will help participants in transcribing rhythm, understanding stillness and achieve a sense of space, scale and shape.
Aonan Zhang is a choreographer, performer and teacher at the Confucius institute for Dance and Performance at Goldsmiths University. Aonan will work on the links between calligraphy, line and dance.
Anysia Nefissi works on destruction, abstraction, psyche and form. She interrogates the self and the subject. From drawing to painting, music to writing; her practice is kaleidoscopic.
Wiskey will be leading a day-long workshop on Sunday 9th. He will be bringing together dance and art by experimenting with drawing, painting and movement. Free all day to workshop participants and open to the public from 2-6pm.