About Breathing Thought Let’s begin with the most difficult questions: what is butoh? – For me, this is not the most difficult question. On the contrary, it is the simplest. Butoh is butoh. - From a talk with Tanja Zgonc Butoh is an art form that has its origins in Japan in the 1950s. It was part of a very radical postwar movement that resisted traditional values in art as well as in society as a whole, attempting to break down some deeply seated cultural taboos. During the ...
in the May-June cycle of the workshop, we will work more thoroughly on the interpretation of text and on specific songs
emergence of potentiality and new worlds through dreaming, tuning in, contemplation, and accepting experience
the class aims to enhance somatic awareness and body connectivity
attuning ourselves to our internal environment and how space externally is a continuum of our breath and support
About We will begin the workshop by moving to warm up, tune the body with/in the space, strengthen the focus, and establish a moving relation with other participants. We will continue by executing and further expanding the tasks I started developing in the process of the three-partite project Duration. Each workshop will focus on one task, as we will work with one specific score. Biography Andreja Rauch Podrzavnik is a choreographer and a teaching artist. She concepted and created many ...
synthesis of contemporary dance techniques and somatic aproaches
a coexistence of dichotomies as orientation points and their expressions in the collective and individual body
focus primarily on the natural, healthy, and correct alignment of the body and on coordination and musicality of movement