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Aug 30, Workshops 0. How do we conceive of self and body? What scripts are at work? What role does our perception play? How does gender and identity perform itself at the perceptual level? What tools for transformation are already available or yet to be made in dance practices to disrupt hegemonic patterns and make new ones? WDTBM combines somatic exercises adapted to engage questions about how we construct our bodies and how they are constructed.
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It celebrates the ritual of coming together to be in our bodies learning things. It takes inspiration from queer theory and feminism to make sense of the practices we do or can do. PTD is a warm-up for understanding how knowledge is processed and living in our bodies. How do we conceive of self and body? What scripts are at work?
Shannon Stewart What if dance class was a community ritual to practice embodied survival strategies? My approach to a daily physical practice is to offer a journey into a state of fuller presence and attuned embodiment. My classes are geared toward preparing artists for the complexity of daily creative work - balancing the focus on body and mind with energetics, relational intelligence, non-linearity and overall somatic availability. Class starts with simple warm up exercises articulating the spine, tuning into sensations, and going in and out of the floor. We will then combine more philosophically complex material, engaging the imagination, working with endurance, focus, and flowing between form and open improvisation. My aim is to invite physical challenge through playful propositions and only introduce more heady material when we are in a state of embodied readiness. Her company Screaming Traps makes queer, feminist interdisciplinary work for theatres, galleries, parades, bars, and wherever you might like to invite them. Simultaneously, the practice of dance rituals is a potential for un-training, retraining, making and unmaking. Her work has been presented in theatres, bars, parades, river banks, living rooms, film screens, galleries, and in obscure places on the internet. News Kontakt Impressum Datenschutz.