Andrew Morrish on Solo Improvisation

One of my main memories of attending a workshop with Andrew Morrish is the playful atmosphere of permission, in which creativity just seems to ooze out of everyone. It was wonderful to have a long chat with him, go deeper and learn about his values and his thinking around improvising as performance. Here is the…Read more Andrew Morrish on Solo Improvisation

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titanic flops

She saves her neck with grace by lacing it with pearls. Like teeth prepared to snap at inconvenience or strife. Shark-sharp teeth smooth like ice that don’t think twice. Out-of-sinking-ship spring, rather than dragged-down death under the engulfing gulping centripetal wave borne by titanic flops. Pre-empt. Pre-caution. Pre-clusion. Re-demption. Se-clusion in the floating castle only…Read more titanic flops

Véronique Langlott – Lyrical Ping Pong

Lyrical Ping Pong is a dance solo by Véronique Langlott based on the poem 'Alphabet', by Danish author Inger Christensen. This poem has 14 sections, one for each letter of the alphabet until letter n, and follows the mathematical structure of the Fibonacci sequence, so that the number of verses in each of the 14…Read more Véronique Langlott – Lyrical Ping Pong

zebra proyekt – the street is choreography

Movements are the raw material of dance, with which everything else is made visible. Movement manifests time: speeds, rhythms and even stillness when it stops. Movement manifests space: anatomy, gravity, impulse, dimensions, shapes. What is it that promotes movement to the category of dance? Are certain movements more dance than others? What description of dance…Read more zebra proyekt – the street is choreography

would you reject an autumn tree?

I can only paraphrase what was said and hope I get it right and can share it as it was, simple and beautiful, inspiring for performance and elevating for life. After the concert played on 13.01.17 by Michael Harenberg (electronics), Frank Fiedler (percussion) and Ernesto Molinari (contrabass clarinet) at Musikinstrumenten-Museum (Berlin) the floor was opened…Read more would you reject an autumn tree?