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An event at the IDOCDE symposium 2017 "Why compromise. Mind the Dance" where ImPulsTanz teachers meet and discuss compromise in their teaching in practice and reflection.
2017.06.11

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Paper scissor stone

Paper scissor stone is a playfuful juxtaposition of three seasoned ImPulsTanz teachers, facilitated by a fourth, pondering some aspects of compromise in teaching in practice and with ample time for discussing the ideas. Iñaki, Sri, Zvi will teach short sessions in response to each other, with Keith facilitating the journey. As a collaborative semi-improvised event, elements of unpredictability, serendipity and not knowing are part of the deal.

With Iñaki Azpillaga, Sri Louise, Zvi Gotheiner, Keith Hennessy (Facilitator)

Iñaki Azpillaga /BE
Spain born Iñaki has been a close collaborator of Wim Vandekeybus and Ultima Vez for over 20 years, as dancer, choreographic assistant and tour coach. Nowadays he combines teaching Ultima Vez workshops with his own choreographic process.

Sri Louise /US
Sri Louise is an independent performer and Yoga teacher, increasingly critical of the culture surrounding Yoga, particularly in America, Sri Louise created a blog titled PostYoga, where she writes on the Intersection of Yoga, whiteness, anti-racism, anti-patriarchy, anti-capitalism, cultural-appropriation, colonialism, post-colonialism and decolonisation.

Zvi Gotheiner /US
Israel born Zvi Gotheiner has an exceptional international reputation for teaching Ballet to Contemporary Dancers. He has been teaching master classes to top companies all over the world. In 1987 he founded his own company, which has successfully toured through the US, Europe, and Israel.

Keith Hennessy /CA
is a performer, choreographer, teacher, writer and organiser. Ideas and practices inspired by anarchism, critical whiteness, punk, and queer-feminism motivate and mobilise Hennessy’s creative and activist projects. Hennessy has an MFA in Choreography and a PhD in Performance Studies from UC Davis.

 

 


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