Friederike Lampert | Kerstin Kussmaul
MIND THE DANCE LAB
The Mind the Dance Lab gives a practical introduction to various approaches to creative documentation. Bothworkshop days begin with an overview of the different facets of Mind the Dance.
On the first workshop day, Kerstin Kussmaul introduces somatic-based strategies of documentation. On the second day, Friederike Lampert explains her Self-Coaching-Modell for dance teachers: step by step, participants will create a personal teaching map, which visualizes areas of work and as a self-coaching approach helps to analyse one’s own teaching.
Check it out online before the workshop: www.mindthedance.com
For professional dance and theatre makers and students.
Attendance is free and possible for both days together, as well as just on one day.
Registration before June 17th at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mind the Dance is a collection of essays, texts and practical tools, meant to inspire artists and teachers to deal with the creative documentation of movement and by doing so to further develop their own work in reflection. The online publication was created as part ofReflex Europe, a three-year project with eight European partner organisations, co-financed by the EU-programme Erasmus+.
Information about the event
Friederike Lampertstudied Ballet at the Musikhochschule in Frankfurt/M and theatre studies in Gießen. She danced for multiple dance companies and worked as a research assistant at the University of Hamburg, Tanzplan Deutschland, Codarts-University for the Arts Rotterdam and Palucca Hochschule für Tanz in Dresden. She has taught dance in theory and practice and is occupied with several dance productions. From 2007 to 2018 Friederike Lampert was in charge of the K3 Jugendklub.
is a freelance movement educator, researcher and choreographer. Her current research focusses on fascia and embodiment within her PhD at the University of Auckland, NZ.
She studied Music and Dance, Somatics, Myoreflex Therapy and Yoga and teaches embodiment and dance in Europe and New Zealand. Kerstin founded the IDOCDE network (idocde.net). Artistic collaborators are Nita Little, Jan Burkhardt, Lizz Roman, SOMEX Wien, Michael Obrist a.o.