Everything is looking

photo: Alaina Abplanalp photography
photo: Alaina Abplanalp photography

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

  1. 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.

  2. 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

  3. Hello! I will join with two friends of mine from school! Burkhard Körner straight back from Indonesia, and Elisabeth Raymond, fresh at the SNDO!

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