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XII BALTIC TRIENNIAL: "Eleven, Nearly Twelve", a workshop of movement with Jay Tan
The classes start on 23 September 4–5.30pm

The artist Jay Tan invites kids from 11 to 16 years old to take part in workshops of movement, during which
We go and look at some ants. We look at some street dancing.
We look at Butoh and Flamenco.
We look at crash test dummies, deep sea divers, and other sea creatures.
We look at Michael Jackson or whoever is the contemporary equivalent of Michael Jackson.
We do some Butoh exercises. We make up our own exercises.
We explore the relation between emotions, pressure and release and expression.
We communicate in silence for a lot of the workshop.
We dance with and without music.
What part of your body haven’t you thought about very much recently?
What parts do you never think about? The bones in your ear, the tips of your

Move yourself to the second row of knuckles in your left hand. This is now the boss of your body. We push each other literally and figuratively. We share dance moves and attitudes about movement and body language. We dance for each other. We make up a dance together.

For further information and to register please email or call +37068265010.
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