time based endeavours

Contemporary Training
Charlotta Ruth (SE/AT) & Patric Redl (AT)
Training/Advanced Level
© Kati Göttfried 
Charlotta
Ruth

works inside choreography and arts based research focusing on perception and playful communication. Her work has e. g. been presented at Tanzquartier, WUK and brut in Vienna and at MDT and Dansens Hus in Stockholm. Since 1997, she has been working as a dancer and performer in Vienna, e. g. with Anne Juren and toxic dreams. In addition to that she is a guest researcher, mentor and teacher e. g. at Academy of Fine Arts Vienna and DOCH Uniarts, Sweden. Currently she is working with Dominik Grünbühel on a documentation of ephemeral art practices inside the project Living Documents. Charlotta Ruth is educated at the Royal Swedish Ballet School and at DOCH Uniarts, Sweden. She is a PhD student in Artistic Research at the University of Applied Arts Vienna.

Patric
Redl

works as a freelance dancer, performer and musician. He got his education from the Vienna State Opera Ballet School and studied computer music and electronic media at ELAK Wien. Currently he is studying permaculture design. Sound, movement and ecology are themes in his solo works. He is a founding member of EAKME, an electroacoustic chamber music ensemble. He is currently performing in Alexander Gottfarb’s durational performance Negotiations and he has recently been touring throughout Europe with Simon Mayer’s Oh Magic and Sons of Sissy. Amongst others he worked with Luke Baio & Dominik Grünbühel, Tanzcompany Gervasi, and Tanz Atelier Wien.

Charlotta Ruth (SE/AT) & Patric Redl (AT)
Fri21. 
Sep
10.45–12.30
TQW Studios

This training runs from 17 till 21 September.

This floor-work based training is reflecting the techniques and practices my body has passed through and remained attentive to – with inspiration from e. g. peers of my generation like Bruno Caverna – mixed with own choreographic explorations, and the current practice I do as a dancer with Alexander Gottfarb in Negotiations at the TQW Filiale (Neustiftgasse 31).

Focusing on the distribution of gravity between the floor and which places in and outside the body we chose to give attention, movement sequences are scrolled, scratched and negotiated in time. To enhance this spatio-temporal play, Patric Redl is joining us to practice and think with us through music.

The training is a physically strengthening class that prepares you for rehearsals. The training at the same time aims to give you a meta-cognitive ride for stretching, bending and creatively misusing your habits and memory. Nerdy exploration of how you want to attend movement and how you want to approach learning is welcome!

Charlotta
Ruth

works inside choreography and arts based research focusing on perception and playful communication. Her work has e. g. been presented at Tanzquartier, WUK and brut in Vienna and at MDT and Dansens Hus in Stockholm. Since 1997, she has been working as a dancer and performer in Vienna, e. g. with Anne Juren and toxic dreams. In addition to that she is a guest researcher, mentor and teacher e. g. at Academy of Fine Arts Vienna and DOCH Uniarts, Sweden. Currently she is working with Dominik Grünbühel on a documentation of ephemeral art practices inside the project Living Documents. Charlotta Ruth is educated at the Royal Swedish Ballet School and at DOCH Uniarts, Sweden. She is a PhD student in Artistic Research at the University of Applied Arts Vienna.

Patric
Redl

works as a freelance dancer, performer and musician. He got his education from the Vienna State Opera Ballet School and studied computer music and electronic media at ELAK Wien. Currently he is studying permaculture design. Sound, movement and ecology are themes in his solo works. He is a founding member of EAKME, an electroacoustic chamber music ensemble. He is currently performing in Alexander Gottfarb’s durational performance Negotiations and he has recently been touring throughout Europe with Simon Mayer’s Oh Magic and Sons of Sissy. Amongst others he worked with Luke Baio & Dominik Grünbühel, Tanzcompany Gervasi, and Tanz Atelier Wien.

 
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