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Threads of Resilience | Workshop | Contemporary Dance – The political body
15.Dezember 2023 18:00 - 19:30
Community dance course organised by Camilla Przystawski
Mobilisation and action means movement and is what is needed now. Dance and movement have the power to connect people beyond language and different societal barriers. This is a contemporary dance workshop that aims to offer a community space to connect through our bodies and through our physical, artistic expression. In simple, yet joyful and playful frames, we will discover new movements; we'll look for ways to create space inside our bodies and to unlock potential of physical expression.
Please bring comfy clothes that you feel good to move in and some water.
Register here to save your spot or drop by on time on Friday. First come, first served.
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We've reached the number of maximum registrations for this workshop. You can still drop your name here, come by and see if there is space in case someone from the list does not show up.
Registration:https://forms.gle/KrpzCSrLfCVAqNAq6 (Register here to save your spot or drop by on time on Friday. First come, first served)
Room: Galerie Lameck (R1)
Foto: © Séverine Lenglet
Camilla Przystawski is a German-Polish dancer, choreographer and workshop facilitator based in Berlin. With her practice, she is looking to create rooms for exchange, discussion and connection. Lately she has been actively integrating queer-feminist and (post-)migration topics into her work, i.e. in her latest work Roots, which was based on research and conversations by and with family members, artists and activists about German-Polish history, anti-slavic racism (anti-slavism), stories of migration and art in relation to political activism.
She is board member of the association SuBKultur e.V. and has been working as a performer or artistic director in various Community Dance projects for the past 10 years, locally and internationally. Using dance and movement as her medium to visit and connect to different contexts and people, she has been realizing or accompanying projects in collaboration with theatres, cultural spaces and associations, refugee homes, prison, festivals, youth organizations and more.
This event is part of the Threads of Resilience Festival
Given the current situation and urgency to express, we decided to co-organise a community-led and collectively curated 3-day festival “Threads of Resilience” from 14-16 December at Oyoun.Those include a press conference, bazaar, panels, film screening, talks, exhibition, workshops, concerts, healing session, theater, puppet show for children, and parties. With this festival, we want to reflect on and learn from movements of resistance, resilience, and solidarity across the world and come together for three days of ephemerality and collaborative archiving. We want to address and speak out against repression, silencing, instrumentalisation, and division. We need to continue to empower, promote, and celebrate pluralistic perspectives from, with, and intersectionally marginalised communities.Admission is based on free donation (nobody will be denied entry if they cannot donate). All proceeds will be given to organizations in support of victims of racist police violence and to organizations giving legal support to people threatened with deportation.
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