Aug 03 2022 to Aug 07 2022 10:30 a.m.
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4th Floor, Rear Wing, Brahmananda Court, 37, Lal Bagh Main Road 560027
This dance and movement workshop will unfold in three parts, Breaking Points, Flying Low Technique and Improvisation/ Composition. Breaking Points This Physical Movement Practice offers, a dancer/mover to critically develop a skill-set and physical intelligence by actively deconstructing the current movement vocabulary he/she has, in order to create a risk-based space for exploration leading to an encountering of the next physical challenge that pushes the body to go deep into their own dance language derived consciously through stepping out of one's comfort zone. Flying low This technique focuses mainly on the dancer’s relationship with the floor, utilizing simple movement patterns, speed, alertness, awareness of space and other fellow dancers, and spirals which explore cohesion and expansion of the body. Improvisation/Composition. In these sessions, you will be provided with different frames of work, tasks and methods that include understanding spaces and performance, body control, exchange of weight with a partner using contact work, etc. This module will invite you to practice and expand your awareness, of what your interests are relating to the movement or physical performance, how you make choices and help you navigate your process of creativity and composition. Although very physical, the class will follow a clear structure never breaking the flow but systematically guiding one from the beginning to the end, maintaining a synergy of one energy that binds all, with non-judgmental but a friendly approach. About the artist: Prashant More is an Independent Artist based in India. He engages in artistic work as a Performer, Choreographer, Teacher and visual artist. He studied in India and Europe. In 2012, he graduated from Attakkalari Centre for Movement Arts in Bangalore, India and worked as a Repertoire (company) Dancer. Also, He took intensive training in Choreography and Physical Experimental Performances in Amsterdam and Berlin. As an educator, he has gained experience in teaching all age groups. He conducts a movement module called ‘Breaking Points’ in which his approach is to find an authentic flow of the physical body. He has been teaching this module in different cities in India and Europe. As a performer, he worked in various dance and theatre productions with different choreographers in India, Hong Kong, and Germany. He also toured and performed at festivals in India, Europe, the UK, Hong Kong and Singapore. His choreographic works include solos and duets which were presented in India and Hong Kong. Apart from creating his own independent pieces of work he also collaborates with various choreographers where they toured in multiple cities in the UK, Hong Kong and India. This 5-day workshop starts on 3rd August at 10:30 AM till 1:30 PM.