Attentive Bodies practice is a physical practice of dance voice and sound improvisation and real time composition. The practice aim's to develop deep listening and explore the body in different levels of perceptions and the awareness to our surroundings. we work with an intention and choice making, to direct the physical body/mind with specificity and precision, as well as opening the imagination and creative spirit. we bring awareness to space, time, duration, speed, we explore the power of poetic imagery as a key to deeper kinaesthetic experience. We will work with an our censorial field, touch, breath, sound texture, the voice of the improvising body, and the acknowledgement of our body as a moving sound system, embodying musicality as the voice is cohabiting with the body.
By tuning the body into a strong state of presence, we become expressive in the langness, and touch the universal as well as the individual, listening to the material as its being done. Thus, we will be enabled to access our own bodies as well as to read the map of each others bodies, the space and its necessities. Improvisation will be first used as a tool to widen and specify our individual dance vocabulary and discover new ways of moving. With that base, we will move into Instant Composition in partnering work and in bigger groups creating dance pieces out of the moment, watching and sharing.
Ayam is a dancer, musician, choreographer teacher and a performer of many different performance art and healing practises in which sound voice and movement becomes a media of communication discovery and creation. She trained as a professional gymnast as a child, and later as a professional dancer, acrobat, actor and singer. She studied Classical Ballet in "Miriam Kaufman school of Ballet", and Relies technique and improvisation at "Yasmeen Godder" dance company.
She danced for "Kamea dance company", "Toleda"(Josef Tmim), Yael Orni dance company in Israel. She worked in "Fly y" aerial dance theatre (where she trained as an aerial acrobat), The Israeli opera house, and national theatre for children and youth. As a singer she was trained in Jazz style, and sang Jazz Blues and rock, and performed in jazz cafes in Berlin, and as part of theater pieces.
Since 2013 Ayam is researching, developing and creating her own work in the field of instant composition and improvisation.
Among pieces she created: Lost & found (werkstatbuhne 003 - 2014), Chromatic Fieleds (60 minutes performance series Mime Centrum), and directed the piece "How long is now" that was presented three times: "commonground" Tanzfabrik Berlin, "Soundance" Festival Dock11, and "Now festival" - "Verlin" in Berlin 2017-2018, and "Be Coming Through" that was presented in "Commonground" Tanzfabrik Berlin. The pieces are based on Improvisation and instant composition, with live musicians.
She is working as a guest dancer/performer and singer in different productions, and collaborating with dancers, singers, musicians, visual artist, and performers from diverse backgrounds. working for choreographers in dance pieces, improvisation performances, concerts, and different productions around Germany and Europe.
In Berlin she works and collaborated with : Christin Bonansea Saulut, Yoriko Maeno, Sandra Man and Moriz Majce, Jadi Carboni, Sasa Pavic, Alessio Travisanni (LTT Company), Jagna Anderson, Wieland Moeller, Minagawa Takushi, Gábor Hartyáni, Eldar Baruch, and more.
|Attentive Bodies - Practice for the sonic body / alle Level |
|10.00 - 11.30 Uhr|
|DOCK 11 Saal2 |
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