The class is held in English and has a limited amount of participants.
The workshop is called ”Mapping of mornings” and is hosted by two members of DANSEatelier, who will work with sharing of physical practices and how to collect and document the knowledge material generated from these practices. The workshop will contain physical tasks, talks, and presentation of ideas.
The workshop is held in English and has a limited amount of participants. You can only buy tickets at the door.
DANSEatelier is a physical space and a collective of eleven dancers, choreographers, and friends based in Copenhagen. An important part of DANSEatelier’s work is their continuous morning practice focused on sharing, caring and training through the facilitation of physical practices and artistic research.
We spend less and less time on each individual and more time on mass communication. In our digital time, everything around us seeks to satisfy our ever-growing desire for fast communication by providing us with images and shortcuts, that substitute the gestures and facial expressions. Like explores the digital communication of today and investigates how to translate the digital language into a bodily expression. In Like we see a “dancetopian” wish to express and interpret both the present and the future, and we look forward to welcoming you to experience emojis, likes and sharings on the floor by this upcoming duo.
A group of young people tries to build their own utopia, without knowing that their efforts take place under circumstances extremely controlled. Will they find a way, or are they trapped in a strictly tainted environment?
Beyond Collapse poses several questions. What does utopia consist of? Is it a memory, or is it a desire for a better future? Is it possible to create a collective hope for a new world with the codes, movements, materials, and symbols of today’s society?We welcome this performance as a “dancetopian” project that alternates between the dystopian closure and the utopian hope.
Here’s your chance to meet the artists and get to know each other in an informal setting in the foyer area between the two performance blocks. Let’s get together and enjoy a delicious meal from local food startups curated by Kitchen Collective while sharing our thoughts on the works we have seen at the festival.
Todays menu: Indian curry
The Indian curry is vegetarian and served with chickpeas, celery, basmati rice and raita.
Let’s not pretend to be alone here is a physical performance embodying a collective togetherness through different patterns of movement, bodily states, and images. The bodies on stage are morphed from sculptures, into machinery, human subjects, landscapes, and soundscapes.
Let’s not pretend to be alone here seeks to create new universes and understandings of collectiveness. The performers are recent graduates from The Danish National School of Performing Arts and we are really happy to present these newest and most talented Kids on the block.
She looks at you, she dances for you - and you ask yourself: “Is she for real? Is it okay for me to look at her?”
Danielle Eriksson moves in the border land between full control and bad behavior and invites you to participate in a dreamlike universe of desires, fantasies, contrasts, and beats.
We look forward to presenting this “new kid on the block”, with her fast shifting, intimate and unpredictable solo, where anything can happen.
We end the evening with a chilled after hours, where you can hang out in our foyer after a full day of exciting events and performances.
The bar is open and you have the chance to mingle and meet the artists, ask questions, discuss and digest what you have seen and get to know the other festival participants.
Don’t miss this opportunity!