Workshop Maya M. Carroll
Maya M. Carroll – Instrumental Bodies
This workshop handles body, movement, time and space as internal and external latitudes through which dancers perceive their work and compose their actions. Following on from a class in which we tune and awaken our senses, we would work on specifying how we carry our physicality in our dancing; how we elaborate thought, vision and desire within real-time composition. Integrating skill and fluidity with in /outlook at vision and imagery, we will observe and rediscover our own interaction with vocabulary, timing and rhythm. These elements will grow from individual tuning to partnering, collaborative listening and group-work constellations. As an improvisation practice, the work follows our passions in the present moment, pursuing its many expressions through the scope of performance/ performative states. The workshop is aimed for movers and dancers who wish to research and expand their compositional practice.
Wann/ When: July 25 – 27, 2017, always/ everyday 2:30 -6 pm
Wo/ Where: EDEN Studios, Breite Str. 43, 13187 Berlin
Teilnahme: EUR 105 / 90*
*Frühbucher bei Anmeldung und Zahlung bis 1.7. 2017
/*Earlybird price—if registration and payment are received by July 1, 2017
Maya Matilda Carroll is an independent choreographer, dancer and teacher, based in Berlin since 2004. In the past thirteen years Maya has made works from solo to extended group pieces, collaborated with dance, music and visual artists from all over the world. She has been creating with performers from diverse backgrounds (classical/ contemporary dancers, poets, musicians, actors, opera singers and amateurs) within different continents and cultural impacts. Maya has been making dance independently as well as being commissioned to create pieces for state theaters, independent companies and dance academies. She has been leading classes and workshops in Europe and abroad, extensively developing her teaching methods alongside her artistic work. In 2011 Maya formed The Instrument with her partner, composer/musician Roy Carroll. She has been increasingly developing pieces reflecting on old/new communities, social roots and myth, pluralities and singularities in humans and environment.
Foto: Sandra Camey