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Maximum Participants: 20
Deze workshop is bedoeld voor iedereen die nieuwsgierig is naar zijn of haar lichaam en zijn relatie tot andere lichamen en ruimte. Een zintuiglijke ervaring die dicht in de buurt komt van meditatieve contemplatie.
De workshop biedt de oefening aan die onderzocht wordt op het bewustzijn en de zintuigen. We werken zowel individueel om ons te richten op ons eigen lichaam, als met anderen om te begrijpen hoe elk lichaam dat anders doet. Door dit te ontdekken, opent het de mogelijkheid om de kans te geven, en creëert het de gevoeligheid die we kunnen toepassen op ons dagelijks leven. We zullen nieuwe kennis opdoen en ons lichaam herontdekken. Laten we onderzoeken hoe je jouw lichaam van binnen en buiten ervaart.
The workshop offers the exercise researched upon the awareness and the senses. We will work both individual to focus on your own body, and with others to understand how each body does differently. By discovering, it may open up the possibility to give the opportunity, and creates the sensitivity that we can apply to our everyday life. We aim to gain new knowledge and discover about the body and enrich the personal experience. Let’s explore how we experience the body from the inside and the outside.
This workshop is meant for everyone who is curious about their body and its relation to other bodies and space. A sense-opening experience that comes close to meditative contemplation.
Mami Izumi (和泉 摩美)
Mami is born in Kobe Japan in 1987. She started dancing when she was 5 years old in Hyogo. In 2005, she joined Homura Tomoi Ballet Company in Japan. In 2012, she entered the professional dance program at SEAD dance academy in Austria and at the same time she was selected to work in BODHI project.
Since graduate in summer 2014, she has been working with choreographers and directors such as Anton Lachky Company (Belgium), CieLaroque / Helene Weinzierl (Austria), Needcompany / Jan Lauwers and Grace Ellen Barkey (Belgium), Alexis Blake (US/NL), Sean Rogg & AΦE (UK), SALLY Dansgezelschap Maastricht (NL). Currently supported by VIA ZUID and ECI Cultuurfabriek.
She has master degree of ‘Performance Public Space’ in Fontys university and applied science in Tilburg. The Blind Walk project has started as participatory performance, she developed it as the series of workshop.
Mami envisions to create the opportunity as performance to trigger the sensory experience of the body, exploring how we relate the space and object around us and discover the relation between them and our body in space.
Her work is focused on the sense of the relation between the body and space, based on her own experience. Simultaneously her work opens the platform to the public to use their own sensory body which will be the opportunity to experience being in the performance.