VICTOR ROTTIER ( johannes wieland )
when: 11th july 2017 / 10:15am – 2:15pm
where: Berlin, Germany
bringing together my experience as a contemporary dancer and some principles from urban styles, i am dedicated to establishing a relationship to musicality, rhythm and coordination. by making the body available, we will explore ways to efficiently approach movement, challenging your ways of attacking movement by focusing on how to distribute power.
we will swipe through the floor, get up and own the space, sweat and trample on boundaries in this 4-hour playground. and if that’s not enough for ya, all of this will be in tune to delicious music, hand picked and 100% organic. see you there!
victor rottier, born 1988, studied dance at artez hogeschool voor de kunsten. he performed as part of the ‘think big’ project in hannover, germany, 2013 and was a member of club guy & roni’s poetic disasters club in groningen, holland. he has been part of the ensemble at staatstheater kassel, under the direction of johannes wieland, since 2014.
the last 3 years, he has worked with people like guy weizman and roni haver, shumpei nemoto, maura morales, johannes wieland, sita ostheimer, maxine doyle. victor has been an active teacher since 2004, teaching for various schools and companies in germany, switzerland and holland.
for more information and further workshops please visit: www.b12.space
in order to apply send us an email at researchordie[at]b12.space with the workshops you would like to take and a short bio. you can also provide us with a video link and a short paragraph about your motivation for each workshop. no must. once received, we’ll follow up with a personalized email confirmation.
tags: europe, germany
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