We’ve just finished our 10-weeks intensive research focused on movement-based forms. In a small team we were working basically on our experiential understanding of transformative powers of sound and movement. We were looking for connections between different approaches, perspectives, and planes.

From this work and out of our will to continue this research first Lab emerged. It will offer experimental MOVE workshops for the enquiry of movement-based forms of art.

pictures by Su Ai, 2019


Again, and again I’m watching old recordings of Loie Fuller dancing. Her dancing postures were also captured by Samuel Joshua Beckett in a series of his photographs from ca.1900. By arranging and rearranging them in different order we can see Loie dancing again and again. The essence of dance is movement, and movement is the principal expression of life itself. We experience constant movement / changes in many ways, on all levels of our existence. Through the exploration of sound and movement and the study of change on different planes of life our awareness of time and space is built.

photos by Samuel Joshua Beckett, source: www.metmuseum.org

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