Capturing fluid movements

Dance videos

Capturing fluid movements

Dance and architecture have always been closely linked. Not only have dance stages and spaces influenced dance, but dance itself modifies the architectural landscape.

How do we feel space through our bodies? What is the tension, attraction or physical resistance that arises in relation to architecture? To address these and other questions about ‘dance and architecture’, the Goethe-Institut / Max Mueller Bhavan is organising a video dance workshop in the public space by Katerina Valdivia Bruch, dancer and choreographer from Berlin and bangaloREsident@Natya & STEM Dance Kampni, in collaboration with Natya and STEM Dance Kampni and Jaaga DNA.

Called ‘The Spaces inside our own bodies: Approaching architecture through dance’, it will be held from December 2 to 4 at Jaaga DNA, 37, Bhooma, 2nd Floor, 17th Cross, 4th and 6th Main, Malleswaram. The event will start at 10 am on
December 2.

Day one will have introduction on dance and architecture with examples of dance productions made by Berlin-based dancers and choreographers, general introduction on the workshop and discussion on locations. Initial shooting will be on the location.
Day two will see shooting on location and day three will have editing and public presentation.

The workshop will end with a public presentation at Natya Institute of Kathak and Choreography

The aim of the workshop is the production of a short dance video (1-3 minutes) made in the public space. There is no registration fee.

For details, call 25205305/6 or log on to goethe.de; facebook.com/­goetheinstitut.bangalore.

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