Season 8 – Session 4: “LAB of Vibrational Practices: Moving, Sounding and Listening Bodies” – a ‘Facilitated OPENLAB’ with Sara Ruddock.

The OPENLAB sessions continue this autumn with:

LAB of Vibrational Practices: Moving, Sounding and Listening Bodies
with Sara Ruddock.

This session will take place on Friday 18 October, 10 am-1 pm at Chisenhale Dance Space’s Research Studio.

A space to explore and engage in vibrational practices with multimodal listening, sounding and moving. Experimenting with different ways of listening – listening as attention, listening as empathy and connection, listening as touch – playing with perception of sound, voice, rhythm and vibration. Engaging the inner and outer sounding voice, the audible / the inaudible / the barely audible, an individual and collective sounding, multiplicity of voices / voices of multiplicity.

This LAB is based on Sara’s continuous research and artistic practice of movement/voice, bodies in a mode of listening, vibration as connection, potential and embodied experience, perception and activation of sound/the sounding voice, rhythm and groove, irregularities and resistance.


Remember:

OPENLAB sessions are open to any performers: dancers, musicians, actors and anyone interested in presence and awareness in performance.

The facilitators of OPENLAB are also participants “in” the session and participants can propose their ideas for a future session. We are looking for proposals for facilitated sessions during the Spring and Summer Terms 2020. If you’d like to facilitate one of these sessions in the future come to one of our sessions to find out more or email Antonio de la Fe.

The OPENLAB sessions alternate between ‘White Canvas’ and ‘Facilitated OL sessions. You can see the full programme for the Autumn Term 2019 here.

The sessions function on a pay-what-you-can contribution basis to cover expenses and as an incentive for the facilitator of the session. We suggest a contribution of £7 for the 3-hour long sessions (‘Facilitated OL sessions) and of £5 for the 2-hour long ones (‘White Canvas’). Cash only.

Chisenhale Dance Space
64-84 Chisenhale Road
London
E3 5QZ

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About Antonio de la Fe

Antonio is a Spanish choreographer and performer based in London with a background in physiotherapy and Pilates. After coming relatively late to dance and initially studying it in Madrid, they came to London in 2006 where they completed a Performance MA at The Place, writing on The Creation of Solo Choreography Through Deep Engagement with The Application of Mental Imagery Specific Processes for his thesis. Since then, the has danced for Florence Peake, Matthias Sperling, Jonathan Lunn, Eva Recacha, Carla Onni, Annie Lok, Melita Spahic and Riccardo Buscarini and his choreographed works include the Place Prize finalist piece (2011) Cameo, an open OPENLAB: a hybrid, Va por Vds., and A void. They are also a co-founder of the performance collective anthologyofamess. Antonio was a recipient of the BBC Performing Arts Fund Fellowship, with support from Independent Dance, in 2015. During this fellowship, they worked on researching and developing their Unrehearsed Series (Crocodile, Make Me Cool, A Piece for Two: Lovers) in collaboration with producer Martine Painter. Currently, they are expanding on the idea of the Unrehearsed Series and developing a set of choreographic practices under the name Speculative Choreographies.

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