We all have phases in which we feel monolithic and frustrated or kaleidoscopic but at a loss for practical pragmatic structures that can aid in bringing our stimuli into presence.
Through the years, I have personally engaged with online retreats, courses and tutorials, and I always found them beneficial. On the back of such pleasant experience, I offer a simple online space that can happen on a one-to-one basis or within a group.
The content of these sessions aim at providing tools that originate from my Butoh practice and my approach to art processes in order to transform a monolithic phase into a practical pragmatic Kaleidoscopic presence.
How does it work?
Here below you can read about the one-to-one sessions; check the menu and go to Group work
We meet on skype. We talk about you – where you are, what you do, what you would realistically like to shift in 4 weeks. We look for what makes this a monolithic moment of your life/art we look for kaleidoscopic elements. We set out a practice that you will feel comfortable to follow, therefore realistic in terms of commitment and time. It has to be pragmatic practical for allow your artistic process to become present. The practice will engage with butoh dance exercises and written and videoclips of the movements.
Timeline and procedure: Overall the process is of 4 weeks. We have one initial skype call of 1 hour and 15 mins. You will receive my directions and exercises. You email me video clips and the work once a week for four weeks – we set the day together. I will give feed back on the content of the emails. At the end of the fourth week we have a concluding skype call for the duration of 1 hour and 15 minutes.
How much does this cost?
I leave it up to you to choose: 30; 50; 80 or 100 euro according to your possibility. You can pay via paypal here
NB: All support goes to Moving Bodies Butoh Festival
MOVING BODIES is a volunteer based festival. To support it we do crowd-funding and run classes and workshops with invited guests through the year in Ireland and Italy. All income goes to support the festival costs and the artists fee.
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