The Training Intensive courses last 3 days and take place Monday to Wednesday from 10:30 - 12:30. A registration with a short CV at firstname.lastname@example.org is necessary. This way, you will also receive links for ticket purchase. Participation should preferably be for the whole course week (15€), but it is also possible to buy daily tickets (6€).
The training draws upon the tools of release technique and aims to create an understanding of shifting weight and the space between us and the floor.
Clear coordination is practiced with the principles of pushing, pulling, rolling and gliding. In this way, these basic movements are given dynamic.
The training begins with body- and space-conscious floor work. This is followed by movement sequences on all levels of the room, which demand continuous reconfiguration of forms and thus strengthen the awareness of the active decisions one makes. In this way, the body is not perceived as a fixed entity, but as matter in constant transformation.
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|Location||Kampnagel - K32|
is a dancer and choreographer based in Athens. She is a graduate of the School of Economics and Political Sciences of the University of Athens and the Greek National School of Dance and continues her research with a Master in Fine Arts at the Athens School of Fine Arts. Her collaborations extend in the fields of contemporary dance, digital and visual arts, performance and disability arts alongside the development of her personal artistic practice. Her latest project Re-call was presented at the 7th New Choreographers Festival of the Onassis Stegi, the Holland Dance Festival and is currently on tour.
During her K3 residency, Venetsiana aims to develop methodologies that consider accessibility from the beginning of an artistic process and make use of the specific aesthetic qualities. Observing links between accessibility, the city and the cultural scene in terms of participation, she will focus on the urban area in order to become familiar with the variety of needs and desires of mixed audience members.