My Body at the Center
Sensitivities of Dance
episode 1 24.04.2021 20:00
With Elizabeth Clarke-Hasters aka Qui, Joy Alpuerto Ritter, Nasheeka Nedsreal, and Elsa M’bala aka AMET
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The first edition of our new dance programme SENSITIVIES OF DANCE is entitled "Floating. My Body at the Center" and evolves around the question of re-centering and reclaiming our bodies: Why does the body move? With invited dancers Elizabeth Clarke-Hasters aka Qui, Joy Alpuerto Ritter and Nasheeka Nedsreal, and together with the sound artists Elsa M’bala aka AMET and Jessica Ekomane, we will delve into their individual origins of dance and assay meta-level spatial movements of the floating body at the center.
Sensitivities of Dance highlights different contemporary approaches to encoding or decoding the art of dance, movement and sound by opening up conversations about the complex construction of interdisciplinary, cultural, movement identities. It looks at how capturing different layers of hybrid identities through the dancing body and associative sounds can lead to a counter-discourse on sociological, political, philosophical and physiological differences. Each month 2-3 invited dancers and one sound artist from different disciplines en/ decode their individual movement art practises together. Moderated by Jumoke Adeyanju and Thomias Radin, profound questions are answered in the form of verbal language, movement language and/ or music.
CURATION Jumoke Adeyanju, Thomias Radin
MANAGEMENT Lema Sikod
COMMUNICATIONs Anna Jäger
Support This project is supported by the Beauftragte der Bundesregierung für Kultur und Medien im Programm NEUSTART KULTUR, Hilfsprogramm DIS-TANZEN des Dachverband Tanz Deutschland.