Contemporary Training

Zoë Schreckenberg (DE)
Training/Open Level
© Zoë Schreckenberg 
Zoë
Schreckenberg

is a German filmmaker, choreographer and dancer. Her artistic research finds its expression within audio-visual, dance and performance art. Next to contemporary dance her training approach and practice is influenced by the Fighting Monkey Practice by Rootlessroot, Russian martial arts (Systema) as well as movie stunt training and parkour. She has graduated from the University of Vienna with the bachelor degree programme in theatre, cinema and media studies.

She received a contemporary dance education through intensive summer programmes (SEAD, Iwanson), movement research projects (FM by Rootlessroot) and workshops in various dance institutions and festivals in Europe (e.g. Martin Kilvady, German Jauregui, Samuel Lefeuvre).

Zoë Schreckenberg (DE)
Mon29. 
Oct
10.45–12.30
TQW Studios

This training runs from 29 till 31 October.

Zoë Schreckenberg, TQW scholarship artist 2018, hosts a 3-day-training: The training offers tools to gain a body condition and mind-set in order to react in movement situations. Exercises for coordination, strength, balance, reactions and mobility will help the participants to support their abilities and to adapt to new circumstances. Each class consists of different movement situations that can be seen as a game to play, a workout to train or a conflict to solve. The training is part of a research that explores behaviours, condition of body and mind in physically and mentally demanding conflict and stress situations.

Zoë
Schreckenberg

is a German filmmaker, choreographer and dancer. Her artistic research finds its expression within audio-visual, dance and performance art. Next to contemporary dance her training approach and practice is influenced by the Fighting Monkey Practice by Rootlessroot, Russian martial arts (Systema) as well as movie stunt training and parkour. She has graduated from the University of Vienna with the bachelor degree programme in theatre, cinema and media studies.

She received a contemporary dance education through intensive summer programmes (SEAD, Iwanson), movement research projects (FM by Rootlessroot) and workshops in various dance institutions and festivals in Europe (e.g. Martin Kilvady, German Jauregui, Samuel Lefeuvre).

 
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