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Texture And Movement

This is an organic “Body movement system” directed to people who are doing training or other movement language. To create relaxation in the body and to understand the physical and kinetic energy.
Texture and movement is based on various forms of movements like qui-gong, release, contact improvisation, Floor Work, capoeira, improvisation and tensegrity. Used awareness to found the possibilities in the body and developed the way to dance in a not conventionality movements. That’s mean no mere dance positions, only time space and sensations.
We can say that “TEXTURE and Movements” is an accumulation of different organic movements. This is a movement language that can help find your own expression and your body.

Edwin Cabascango (Ecuador / Norway) - professional dancers based in Oslo, started dancing at the Fdi and Bne school, as well as with different ensembles practicing modern and contemporary dance. Later he continued his dance studies at The Norwegian College of Dance (NDH), and has also studied movement language at The University College of Eurythmy in Oslo. He has participated at the international festival «Mujeres en la danza» in Ecuador, and has attended workshops by Australian Dance Theatre, Sidi Larbi Cherakoi, Cullberg Ballet, Carte Blanche, Physical Momentum Project and Akram Khan. He has worked with artists like Terry Araujo, Eddie Borgues Lopez, Ingrid Midgard Fiksdal, Marianne Kjærsund, Monica Emilie Herstad and Sean Curran among others, and also with Bergen National Opera. He is currently practicing different styles of Kung Fu and Free Running.

Details in Contact Improvisation
In my class I would like to pay attention to details. I will encourage you to take a focused look at what you do and why you do that while dancing. Being conscious and relaxed is a great way to improve your dance.

Oleg Podolsky (Riga, Latvia)
I am a professional software engineer, and contact improvisation allows me to express the creative me, which is somewhat lacking in the geek world.
I got acquainted with contact improvisation in 2009. The beautiful Inese Upeniece, Inese Auzina and Ilze Zirina, as well as the whole Latvian contact improvisation community gave me a solid base. And then there were numerous festivals, which helped me improve my skills significantly. Also several workshops led by Adrian Russi, Ruslan Santah and Alexander Andriyashkin were quite inspiring for me.

LAB facilitators: Julija Melnik, Andrey Novikov, Ieva Kurilaite, Sigita Butkute, Gabrielius Mackevicius.

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SCHEDULE

November 20, Friday

14:00-16:00 Teachers’ meeting
17:00-17:50 Registration of participants
18:00 Opening circle
18:30-20:30 Class
20:30-22:00 JAM

November 21, Saturday

9:30-10:30 Meditation and Dervish Movements
10:30-11:00 Morning circle
11:00-13:30 Class
Lunch break (13:30-15:00)
15:00-17:30 Class/Study labs
Dinner break (17:30-18:30)
(Preparation or the performances 18:30-19:00)
19:00-20:00 Performances
20:00-22:00 Open JAM with live music!

November 22, Sunday

9:30-10:30 Meditation and Dervish Movements
10:30-13:00 Class
Lunch break (13:00-14:00)
14:00-17:00 Underscore JAM & Closing circle
17:00-18:00 Cleaning & goodbye party!

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