being as serious as you can
Thursday 30/4 15:45 - 17:30
One of the difficulties in performing is that we focus so much into something, that we get a mask of seriousness. But is this what we want? Are we concious of this? Can we practice being focused but stay open for what is happening around us. Maybe is possible to accept how we are really feeling, and include this. We can joke, joke about ourselves; we can watch and smile. We can embrace imperfection. This workshop is an invitation for getting into our awake connected body, into the wonderful expression of abstraction, moving, sweating and smiling.
Trinidad Martínez (Spain) is a freelance choreographer, dancer and dance teacher. At the moment she lives in Hamburg. She works in international artistic projects with professional performers, but she is especially drawn to interact with people with different artistic experiences and social backgrounds. In 2007 she went to the United States on a Fulbright Fellowship to expand her knowledge of dance improvisation. There she worked with Pat Graney as well as Degenerate Art Ensemble.
She practices Aikido regularly. She offers improvisation/performance classes at the HFBK (Hamburg Academy of Fine Arts) as well as intensive Workshops in Hamburg and Spain.