INGO REULECKE

Workshop:

Can Movement Be True?

Wednesday 29/4     13:30 - 15:15

The focus of the class is to prime mind and body so that they can function together smoothly to their full potential through dance, language and sound. Primed like that, we will compose performative aspects in time and space.

Working as a group with real-time composition involves shared responsibility and a great level of consciousness and awareness. Our attention needs to be refocused time and time again, and connected to listening in the widest sense of the word.

I believe that awareness of ourselves, the movement of our partner or the group is an essential skill and quality in improvisation.

Performance

 

Improvisation#20.1

with Streugut

Thursday 30/4     20:00

 

Rehabilitation

with Ulrike Brand & Klaus Janek

Friday 3/5     20:00

Bio: 

Ingo Reulecke studied choreography at the college of the art 'Ernst Busch' Berlin after completing his training in contemporary dance.1994 and 97 study grants from the Berlin Senate for New York City.Guest lecturer at the collage the art 'Ernst Busch# in Berlin and at the Palucca Hochschule in Dresden since 1995. 1998/99 DAAD scholarship for a year in NYC. 2009 co-production with L. Matthaei for the site specific work '2109'. 2009 cooperation with the Iranian director Ayat Najafi for 'Lady Teheran'. 2010 'Sender Weimar', (Kunstfest Weimar) site specific installation in cooperation with Lukas Matthaei & 2012  'urbanscape' a site specific installation in Berlin. 2012-2014 leading the site specific project with 11 different projects involved 'bauhaus tanzen', a collaboration between Bauhaus Dessau, Anhaltisches Theater Dessau, Technical University Berlin, Inter-University Center for Dance Berlin.

Since 2004 Ingo has a professorship in choreography and is leading the dance departement in the college of the arts 'Ernst Busch'. 2006-2012 he started the directorship in the co-operative dance education centre berlin.

 

www.ingoreulecke.com

 

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