The goal of this workshop is to share what Diego considers to be the five pillars of movement:
• muscular conscience
These aforementioned pillars constitute the first five phases of the “culture of movement” that allows the dancer to find, discover, and deepen their understanding of their own bodies. We will look at martial arts as a fountain of inspiration, since they are rooted in being conscientious of the present moment. During the class, we will be searching and analyzing ways to improve our capacity of internal observation, whether it is physical, emotional, or spatial. We will also use various other disciplines, such as hip hop, contemporary dance, and theatre.
is the director of IN-motus co. and calls himself an artist without a label. He is passionate about any form of expression that deepens the sensitivity of the individual. He defines himself as a dancer and choreographer, developing his movement from a technique he calls “muscular awareness”. He began his training within the world of urban dances, training both in Spain and in New York and working on projects such as Brodas Bros or DBlock, among others. At the same time, he studied contemporary dance in countries such as Belgium, France, Spain and Germany and studied at CobosMika Seeds (Palamós), Varium (Barcelona) and Deltrebre Dansa. On a professional level, he has been a dancer for some of the most important companies of Catalonia and Spain. He has been working with Cia. Lali Ayguadé (Hidden, U an mi, Kokoro, Saba), Roser López Espinosa (Novembre), Ziomara Hormaetxe (Biopiracy), and Cia. CobosMika (O.T.A., Scrakeja’t). The repertoire of his own dance company features works such as Disconnect, Liov, Coma & Silenzio.
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€ 96/*48 all days
free admission for refugees