This three-day workshop invites participants to take part in the current research by theorist and dramaturg Bojana Cvejić and choreographer Jonathan Burrows, which draws upon new perspectives on human perception to re-think a future for choreographic practice, not as a structure but as a model of the ways in which human beings move through, perceive, remember, anticipate, communicate and imagine the world.
is a choreographer whose main focus is an ongoing body of pieces with the composer Matteo Fargion, with whom he continues to perform around the world. The two men are co-produced by PACT Zollverein Essen and Sadler’s Wells Theatre London. His A Choreographer’s Handbook is published by Routledge and has sold over 16,500 copies internationally since its publication in 2010, as well as being translated into seven languages. Burrows is currently an Associate Professor at the Centre for Dance Research, Coventry University.
work spans philosophy, theater and performance education. She is the author of several books including Choreographing Problems (Palgrave, 2015), Public Sphere by Performance (with Ana Vujanović, bbooks, 2012) and three volumes of A Choreographer’s Score (with Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker, Mercatorfonds, 2011–13). Bojana has also collaborated on many theatre and dance works as dramaturge/performer/writer since 1996. She is currently a professor of Dance Theory at the Oslo National Academy of Arts, and teaches at P.A.R.T.S. in Brussels.
This workshop can only be booked in its entirety.
Limited number of participants