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Perspectives in motion || AREALab

December 20, 2020 @ 6:00 pm 7:30 pm

Event organized by AREAL space for choreographic development and Black Virginia

Online event

Sunday from 18:00 to 19:30

Price: free · Duration: 1 hour 30 min

Public · Anyone, with or without a Facebook account

We open our laboratory process and invite you to join us on Sunday, December 20, starting with 18.00 on the Facebook Areal channel and in an online discussion on the ZOOM platform from 18:45.

Perspectives in Motion is a laboratory initiated by the artist Virginia Negru in which we analyze and explore the mechanisms of improvisation in dance. We ask ourselves the problem of composition and articulation of meaning through movement when we do not have a predetermined scenario, concept or message. We wonder what abilities and attitudes we need to cultivate in order to deal with the unknown of improvisation and at the same time produce something relevant to the moment we dance. We put into practice theories and techniques of other dancers and artists for whom improvisation is a form of performative practice and a medium of artistic expression.

The purpose of the laboratory is to train our kinesthetic sensitivity and attention to others and space so that we can produce in real time coherent and well-articulated compositions.

After watching some laboratory sketches in the form of a video we will talk about this fragile process of improvisation in which we change and are changed by the space in the dance, in which when it seems that nothing happens in the next second EVERYTHING happens.

The laboratory was attended by artists Cristina Lilienfeld, Smaranda Găbudeanu, Alexandra Bălășoiu, Filip Stoica, Mariana Gavriciuc, Fabio Maria, Mădălina Dan, Virginia Negru and the musician Cătălin Diaconu. To reserve your place please register here: https: // forms .gle/yVKNaMeKoifMySR49

The first stage of the laboratory took place between November 17 and December 20, 2020 within the program “4 Bodies | Dance Collective ”, a cultural program co-financed by the National Cultural Fund Administration.

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