Floorwork: Flow like Water
During the classes we will learn technical movements and sequences in standing and on the floor. This enables us to widen our range of possibilities by pushing our limits. During the improvisation we use all our possibilities in order to find our individual interests and strengths. In a playful way, we learn to shift our attention and create new places to visit while dancing. When learning movements, we will focus on doing them in a smooth and effortless way without unnecessary tension while focusing on the transitions. Leading from various parts of the body allows us to find a greater awareness and articulation. By creating momentum and using the strength of the centre, we learn to perform movements that would otherwise require high physical effort in an efficient way.
In the classes we will focus on
- generating energy from the centre of the body
- finding the connection between body parts
- finding a natural reaction to impulses
- finding a balance between effort and release
- transitioning smoothly between movements and levels (standing, jumping, floor) to enhance flow
- playing with other people
started breakdancing in 1999. A few years later he formed the crew “Cats Claw” with which he travelled to many countries entering and winning breaking competitions. After finishing his Master’s degree in Cultural Management he went to Austria to study Contemporary Dance at the Anton Bruckner University in Linz. During this education he performed in the repertoire of Jarek Cemerek, Evangelos Poulinas and Jianan Qu.
He danced professionally in works of Jianan Qu, Hygin Delimat, SILK Fluegge, Caro Dance Theater and Akos Hargitay. Łukasz co-choreographed and performed We can not stop the river and How I see you with Alina Bertha at Lange Nacht der Bühnen in 2017 and 2018 as well as at Tanzhafen Festival Linz in 2017. He now lives in Vienna working as a freelancer, dancing in projects, teaching and giving workshops all over Europe.
Mon 19 – Fri 23 Oct 2020, 10.00–11.30
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