2-day-research MOVEMENT IMPROVISATION with Ian Robinson at b12

IAN ROBINSON (former dancer with batsheva dance company)

when: 4th and 5th july 2017 / 5:45pm – 9:45pm

where: Berlin, Germany

MOVEMENT IMPROVISATION
we will give space to indulge our curiosity about shaping and coloring movement, inside and out, during our daily class, repertoire and improvisation sessions. we will sweat. we will visit places of effort and research our connection to pleasure, as we explore the experience of dance and delve into how our environment both affects and infects us.

BIOGRAPHY
ian robinson was born in bangor, maine, usa. he trained with the robinson ballet and graduated from new york university tisch school of the arts with a bfa. early in his career, ian danced with various companies and projects including mikhail baryshnikov’s hell’s kitchen dance, complexions contemporary ballet, les ballets jazz de montréal, sydney dance company and aszure barton & artists.

since 2009, ian has danced full time with the batsheva dance company and, under the artistic leadership of ohad naharin, has continued to develop himself as a dancer, creator, teacher and videographer. he is a certified gaga teacher and has taught classes and workshops in the usa, europe, asia and australia. ian has also assisted in setting ohad’s works on various companies.

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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