Morning Practice/Advanced Level 
Kevin Fay

exploring sense in motion

Kevin Fay

holds a B.A. in Dance & Communication Studies from Northwestern University and is a freelance contemporary dance artist based in Brussels, Belgium. He has collaborated on projects with Veli Lehtovaara, Éric Minh Cuong Castaing, Eleanor Bauer, Marc Vanrunxt, Fabrice Samyn, and Olga de Soto. He also contributes to grassroots activist work with State of the Arts. With residency support and a research scholarship from The Flemish Authorities, Kevin has an ongoing research project that interrogates masculinity from queer, feminist perspectives. In this, he organises open, performative reading circles called conversing with masculinity and develops choreography. He has taught professionally in both the US and Europe, and his teaching of ballet is influenced most strongly by Janet Panetta and Zvi Gotheiner.

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exploring sense in motion

+++ Lena Schattenberg’s Morning Practice The Many Dance (17.06.–21.06.) has been cancelled due to illness. Instead, the programme features Kevin Fay’s exploring sense with motion. +++

In this class, we will use release-based exercises to open space in the body. By releasing muscular work we don’t need, we’ll connect intentional effort with flow, and we’ll work together towards dynamic range and possibility. Using somatic practices and diverse improvisational structures to cultivate awareness, group sensibility, and new perspectives, we will engage with open, curious attention and develop our unique, specific voices.

Kevin Fay

holds a B.A. in Dance & Communication Studies from Northwestern University and is a freelance contemporary dance artist based in Brussels, Belgium. He has collaborated on projects with Veli Lehtovaara, Éric Minh Cuong Castaing, Eleanor Bauer, Marc Vanrunxt, Fabrice Samyn, and Olga de Soto. He also contributes to grassroots activist work with State of the Arts. With residency support and a research scholarship from The Flemish Authorities, Kevin has an ongoing research project that interrogates masculinity from queer, feminist perspectives. In this, he organises open, performative reading circles called conversing with masculinity and develops choreography. He has taught professionally in both the US and Europe, and his teaching of ballet is influenced most strongly by Janet Panetta and Zvi Gotheiner.

kevinfay.weebly.com
Vimeo-Channel

17.06.+
19.06.
21.06.
Mon+​Wed–​Fri
11.30
90 min
17.06.+
19.06.
21.06.
Mon+​Wed–​Fri
11.30
90 min
TQW Studios
€ 16/*6

Language: English

 
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