Inventing Futures

(Un)occupy the Body: towards a dispossessed live presence on stage

“(Un)occupy the Body: towards a dispossessed live presence on stage” explores the symptoms of the apparent paradoxical condition of embodiment and disembodiment by focusing and locating the latter in the process of arriving at the live presence of a dispossessed body.

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Being and Nothingness; exploring the value of trust in perceptions of states of consciousness through improvisation.

Concerned with the development of individual artistry and the nurturing of creativity within institutional dance programmes in the UK, this practical workshop session proposes fundamentally to explore the notion of trust through improvisation. Trust in self, in others, in perceptions of fluidity in the world and our comprehension/challenging of these through movement.

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Inventing Futures: Artistic Research with/in Educational Institutions

Inventing Futures: Artistic Research with/in Educational Institutions

 

The ArtEZ Master of Choreography celebrates its 10 years with the publication Inventing Futures, which we see as one ‘object’ of artistic research. Artists, current and former students, and theorists reflect on themes and notions that have emerged in the program as particularly challenging and productive, namely latency, constraint, collaboration, failure and trust.

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