With no ideas we tapped the creative wellspring and unveiled spirits, inner demons.
It was a cliffhanger ending. At long last, we will have the satisfaction of a sequel…
PART 2—THE CRAFT
A WORKSHOP SERIES ON INTUITIVE CHOREOGRAPHIC PRACTICE BY NICK DURAN AT PIETER.
SUNDAY, FEB. 19TH, NOON TO 3PM, $25
“…of opening up, of a promise, of an extension, of a postponement, of a detour, of a repetition, of a substitution, of a representation…existing over space and time.”
Harvey, Irene E. Derrida and the Economy of Différance
When images and archetypes appear in our dancing, “the other” comes into consciousness. It could be the appearance of something unintended: an unknown voice/ place/ object of the subconscious/ a memory. The emerging phenomena could naturally eclipse the original intent of the choreographer, had there been any intent, or exist together: origin and otherness.
This installation of the workshop will emphasize layering. Like the craft involved in beading a necklace, we will string together all the parts of our emerging dance. Allowing space for simultaneous expression will bring a richness to our work of presence and absence together, of loss and retelling, of representing while creating experience.
* THE CRAFT is open to first time participants.
* For those who attended the previous workshop, please bring any notes taken or responses gathered.