1. Charlie Morrissey

    1. Morning Classes at Independent Dance, London

      22/11/21 - 26/11/21
      10:00 - 12:00
      Arts Millenium Building

      Morning classes for Independent Dance

      Siobhan Davies Studios

      22-26 November

      I want to open a space where participants can take a ride in their own bodies/imaginations. I guide a series of physical exercises/experiments and scores – explorations informed by anatomy, reading, performance practice, observation. I try to find frames or structures – physical maps that can be connected to as much as is useful or supportive.

      I play with how the world is experienced through bodies in relationship to what they meet, and the extent to which it’s possible to work with experience as material – something that both shapes and is shaped.

      I work with physical contact because I think it heightens a certain kind of physical listening. There’s a reach to someone/something else, and listening to the other often brings sharper attention to yourself, and movement is always about being in relation to something.

      Contact can also stimulate the activity of the reflexes. It also points out something of the physical substance and materiality of bodies and moving whether in contact with another body or not.

      My classes are for people who like to move, who are curious about how humans experience things through their bodies, and for people who like to experiment and dive into the edges of what they think they know.’ Charlie Morrissey

       

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