Happy New Year! 😀
In the first research session of 2015, Kenzo Kusuda and Thomas Johannsen will take a closer look at the central matter of live performance: that you are involved in a moment with somebody else who is looking/listening. In fact, there is no reason to perform if it is not for someone – or something – that is looking. Especially this second notion, that ‘things’ just as people are looking at you, gives a twist to researching the audience-performer relationship that we are curious to follow on this afternoon.
15 January 2015, 13:00-17:00
If you are an experienced improviser (of any discipline), you are very welcome to join us. As we would like to know who is coming, please announce yourself by writing a comment to this post.
Let us know your discipline if we don’t know you, so we get an impression of the group that will gather. See you there!
More info: What are the Carpet Sessions? / Where is the studio? (click here)
10 thoughts on “Everything is looking”
Would like to join on the 15th of January – yoga teacher, singer and organizing a 2-weekly improvisation lab – the topic is very relevant to me and I am already on the list. Till then and a beautiful inspiring 2015 for all.
We (a NL-HK dance duo WADA, composed of Marloes van Houten en David Leung) would like to join on 15th January. We are currently here in NL to kickstart a 2 year dance research collaboration between Hong Kong and the Netherlands and have an interest in the relationship between audience-performer with dance impro work.
more info on our backgrounds, see http://www.dansimprovisatie.com/friends
Great. Looking forward to have you in the session Marloes, David and Jessica!
I will come!!! long time… nice start of the year 🙂
Jacob Violin and Albert Flute will be there too!
I would love to join the session too! -dancer-
Very welcome Sylvain, Jacob, Albert and Gloria. See you tomorrow in the session!
hi kenzo and thomas, I’m ilse from Den Haag, dancer. I plan to join tomorrow, looking forward!
Hello! I will join with two friends of mine from school! Burkhard Körner straight back from Indonesia, and Elisabeth Raymond, fresh at the SNDO!
This was really nice, thanks to all. When will the follow-up be with Kenzo taking us deeper into animism?