Body and Belonging // 4-Day Intensive with Anouk Froidevaux
Body and Belonging is a dance workshop that approaches the body as a source of inspiration, a place of belonging, full of unlimited resources, and transformative potential. The workshop uses movement, voice, and expressive arts, as creative resources to connect with the stories living inside of us that are waiting to be told. The intention is to cultivate a sense of relatedness, connection, and belonging, by reconnecting with our own body and the natural environment through embodiment and the ritual of performance.
WHERE: EDEN Studios, Breite Strasse 43 / 13187 Berlin
DATE & TIME: June 24-27, 2021 | 10:30h-15:30h
EARLY-BIRD REGISTRATION UNTIL MAY 1, 2021: 195 €
FULL PRICE: 250€
INFO & REGISTRATION: firstname.lastname@example.org
Following health guidelines, limited spaces are available so make sure to reserve your spot!
Anouk Froidevaux is a Canadian-Swiss dance artist, performing across Europe and internationally for 18 years. In 2019, her solo “Body and Belonging ,” premiered at DOCK11 in Berlin, and performed in 2020, at Scotiabank Dance Centre in Vancouver. Anouk’s latest project, “Lament for a Dying World,” is grounded in her exploration of movement and voice, adding a new dimension to her creative process, working with film. Her artistic practice includes performing in major dance-theatre productions with Constanza Macras/Dorky Park, El Conde de Torrefiel, durational performances by Ari Benjamin Meyers, and interactive performance installations by Enrica Beccalli and Bogomir Doringer. A passionate educator, Anouk has taught a variety of professionals and amateurs since 2014, sharing her extensive knowledge in dance, movement, and expressive arts, as well as being certified in the Gyrotonic® and Gyrokinesis® method. In 2018, she had the great honour of studying with dance pioneer Anna Halprin and her daughter Daria Halprin at Tamalpa Institute in California, learning the Life/Art Process®. She gives workshops in such cities as Berlin, Brussels, Lisbon, and Vancouver, as well as private and collective classes both in person and online.
Photo credit: Anouk Froidevaux