Boundaries & Desires
Desires and Boundaries, in many manifestations, are issues I’ve been working and playing with for over ten years. In this research, I want to consider the ways in which they arise while making artistic work. Where do they come from? What do we do with them? Are they friends? Allies? Enemies? Lovers? We will work with each other as mirrors of Desire, then expand our awareness to include our Desires towards our work and the world at large. How do we let all of them in, or if we prefer, keep some of them out?
This lab is for anyone who has ever had doubts about their choices while making work.
Part 1 (Monday) focuses on Boundaries, Part 2 (Wednesday) on Desire – the two parts can be attended independently of each other or together. The lab aims to be accessible to all bodies and will be in English, with German possible on request.
is a choreographer, dancer, teacher, parent, filmmaker, bodyworker, pianist, and fermenting Jewish mystic. He graduated from the M.A. Choreography course at HZT Berlin and received the danceWEB scholarship in 2012. David has taught in many contexts, including HZT Berlin, Tanzquartier Vienna, Tanzfabrik Berlin, Human Architecture Lab in St. Petersburg, K3 in Hamburg, the M.A. of Contemporary Dance Education in Frankfurt, Touch & Play Festival, the Rietveld Academy for Fine Arts & Design in Amsterdam, and the ImPulsTanz Festival in Vienna. David is a PhD candidate at Zurich University of the Arts and Linz Arts University.
36/*15 per day
Language: English, German on request