SPACE AND WORDS FOR DANCERS | The Workshop
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A 6-day dance workshop investigating the specific areas of space and words with Julyen Hamilton & Billie Hanne ran from Monday 13 to Saturday 18 July, 2015.

 

T H E    S P A C E   I S S U E   with Julyen Hamilton

In space both voice and body have place, have volume. In this volume can resound what emanates from us as we make dance and words. Space as a central area of obsession in the dancer’s work concerns both geometrical and emotional powers as a basic language of sensitivity and communication.

 

W O R D S   I N   P E R F O R M A N C E   with Billie Hanne

When a dancer produces words and movement he engages the powers of the space and of his actual body. It is suggested to think about voice and text in a three-dimensional way to allow the dancing body to be a dynamic place where words take form in the dancer’s physicality.

Similar work-weeks are taught by Julyen and Billie in Brussels through each year – go to

S e c r e t Teachings