|07. bis 10.03.2019||OH PROJECT - what is to be human|
|Workshop Christine Bonansea Company|
|10.00 bis 16.00 Uhr||im EDEN***** Studio1|
OH PROJECT - what is to be human
Thursday 07.03.2019 to Sunday 10.03 2019, 10h – 16h
> EDEN Studios, Breite Strasse 43, 13187 Berlin, Level: Open
OH PROJECT - what is to be human
The workshop proposes a series of scores that focus on body in space using sensory perceptions and movement pattern. We will give attention to the physical and emotional that create the unique body language and identity. We will play from individuality toward multiplicity exploring singularity, number and body mass.
The 4 days will be comprised of warm-up exercises followed with improvisation exercises, compositional practice, contact improvisation and solo work. The participants will challenge their performative and technical skills in solo, within a group, within a crowd.
This workshop is a part of the material of the pieces: OH PROJECT (OnlyHuman, OH-2, OH-3)
Registration under: email@example.com
REGISTRATION: 100 euros for 07-10: 4 studio days + day 4: site specific performance practice
– Early registration before March 1st: 80euros – Drop in possible 30 euros per day.
Opportunity to perform in future work OH2 at DOCK11 Fall 2019.
Looking for artists. Paid position.
Christine Bonansea is a New York-based dancer and choreographer with over 17 years of international experience in conceiving, directing/choreographing and performing movement-based works. She creates performances, installations, and films. She is the Artistic director of Christine Bonansea Company, founded in 2010. Defined by expressive, virtuosic, improvisation-driven movement, her work inhabits an experimental, interdisciplinary, and collaborative environment in which other media – theater, video, visual art and design, spoken word, and music – play an important and integral part. Having studied Modern Literature at Paris’ La Sorbonne, she cites writers and philosophers as major influences.
Bonansea received the french national graduation in contemporary dance and studied dance with such luminaries as Regine Chopinot, Catherine Diverres, Mathilde Monnier, Ralph Lemon, Anna Halprin, Nancy Stark Smith. She had the pleasure to collaborate and perform with internationally such artists as, Nita Little, Catherine Galasso, Katie Duck, Kathleen Hermesdorf, Sara Shelton Mann, Faustin Linyekula, Tino Sehgal, Yoshiko Chuma
In New York City, Bonansea’s work has been presented by Danspace Project, Dixon Place, movement research at the Judson Church, Triskelion Arts, JACK. Her dances have also been developed in art residencies and commissioned by numerous venues and festivals worldwide, including YBCA, ODC Theater, San Francisco International Arts Festival, and The FRESH Festival (San Francisco); Headwater Theater (Portland); Atlantic Center for the Arts (Florida); Earthdance (MA), DanceMatters (Toronto); Whenever Wherever Festival (Tokyo); The Centre Nationale De la Danse(Paris) and at DOCK11 (Berlin).
Additionally, Christine is also an accomplished dance teacher in both professional / performative and therapeutic setting.
Christine Bonansea Company has been supported by funds from the Zellerbach Family Foundation, American Dance Abroad, Foundation for Contemporary Arts, Theater Bay Area the LAD-Dancer’s Group, the Lower Manhattan council and sponsored by New York Live Arts - NYC