by David Zambrano
August 30-October 3

by David Zambrano
August 30-October 3
1500 800 TicTac art centre

30.8.-3.10.2020 (5 weeks / 25 days)

10:00 – 13:00 and 14:30 – 17:30

1850 Euro (with daily lunch included)

by David Zambrano

A 25 days workshop diving into an extensive-intensive learning experience, to achieve deep knowledge of Flying Low and Passing Through, both transmitted by David Zambrano himself.

This workshop focuses mainly on the dancer’s relationship with the floor. The class utilizes simple movement patterns that involve breathing, speed and the release of energy throughout the body in order to activate the relationship between the centre and the joints, moving in and out of the ground more efficiently by maintaining a centered state. There is a focus on the skeletal structure that will help improve the dancer’s physical perception and alertness. The class includes partnering work and movement phrases, which explore the primary laws of physics: cohesion and expansion.
When one is moving, the whole room is moving with one. The image of the body constantly spiralling, whether running dancing, walking dancing or standing dancing is the main practice during the whole class. Working with spirals helps the dancers go into the floor and out of the floor with ease, and also helps the dancers to see themselves and the room from all sides. The spirals propel the class all over the room, both on the ground and upright. This is the flying low technique.

In the making of movement compositions, David Zambrano focuses on creating and developing the dynamics for complex systems to present leadership in the form of a group web. In science, cells do not need a protein leader to create life. Neither does the brain need one protein leader to create a thought. With this in mind, Zambrano thinks that movement needs no leader in creation.
The “passing through” takes students through various exercises to manifest that same philosophy. The group will create dynamics that will be flexible, complex, getting the group to fit tight together, yet always keeping doors open for the unexpected. The group moves constantly, transforming the environment of the dance. After taking part in the “passing through” the student will learn to instantly connect with their environment and become more spontaneous in the making of choices as an improviser, choreographer or dancing in someone else’s work.

Bio: David Zambrano
David Zambrano has been a monumental figure in the international dance community for more than 35 years, and his passion for cultural exchange continues to influence his work. Zambrano is an ambassador and liaison across many borders, bringing together artists from all over the planet for his projects. He has taught his own approach to dance in more than 75 countries and has performed at hundreds of venues across the world. His pieces range from set choreography, structured improvisation, and pure improvisation. Born in Venezuela, Zambrano spent 15 years in New York and now lives in between Amsterdam and Brussels.

30.8.-3.10.2020 (5 weeks / 25 days)

Time schedule:
Monday until Friday
10:00 – 13:00 and 14:30 – 17:30

During the intensive Tictac will provide open space for the participants to perform during the Crude Saturdays evenings, something Zambrano will personally challenge the participants to take part in.

On Thursday evening 2.10.2020 at 20:00 will be a Passing Through presentation which the general public can come to witness.

Price for the 5 weeks (25 days) is 1850 Euro.
A homemade organic lunch is included in the price.
The participants need to take the full workshop and only exceptional can miss a day.

There will be a selection procedure for attending this intensive.

How to Apply:
To apply please fill the form available by clicking here.
Still questions? Write to info@tictacartcentre.com

April 1st, 2020: deadline applying
April 15th, 2020: answer if you are selected or not (or waiting list)
May 10th, 2020: first payment 400€
June 30th, 2020: second payment 900€
August 30, 2020: Third and last payment 550€ at the start of the intensive.

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