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The Moving Relationship: partnering workshop with bamboo sticks

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Thu, 12 Mar 10:00AM - Fri, 13 Mar 12:30PM
Rs 1500
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"The Moving Relationship: partnering workshop with bamboo sticks"

By Bruno Catalano
12th & 13th March
10.00am - 12.30pm
Rs. 1,500
Open to those interested in Movement, no prior experience required.

A part of the workshop will be conducted outside the Shoonya premises in the outdoors, so bring sneakers!

THE MOVING RELATIONSHIP PARTNERING WORKSHOP WITH STICKS USED AS TOOLS TO CREATE A RELATIONSHIP IN MOVEMENT WITH ONE OR MORE PARTNERS.

The stick allows us to connect with our partner and to establish immediately a moving relationship, while at the same time developing a strong awareness of our own body moving in space. Mutually supporting and following each other's movements we will learn to decipher the cues that we give and receive which are telling us when to lead or to follow. The goal is to find the balance between guiding and being guided, allowing the role of leadership to shift at any time.


The work with the stick is based on improvisation and gives to the movers the opportunity to execute an instantaneous composition in space. Playing with the distance between the bodies, we will share intimacy and complicity and be dealing with the questions: distance and space can be manipulated to create an intention towards my partner?
An emotional state? A narrative leitmotiv?

ABOUT BRUNO
Bruno Catalano is graduated at the Danceacademy-EDDC in Arnhem (The Netherlands) in 2003. Hes based in Zürich where since 2007 he is the co-director of the company PiccoliProduction with Simone Blaser. They made several pieces in co-production with the Tanzhaus Zürich, Rote Fabrik and Gessnerallee. For many years he's teaching in several academies and dance institutions in the world.

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Shoonya - Centre for Art and Somatic Practices 4th Floor, Rear Wing, Brahmananda Court, #37 Lal Bagh Road (On the left side, before Lal Bagh Passport Office) Bangalore 560027 Bangalore India 560027
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