by Jennifer Monson
About the workshop:
Dissolving choreographies: activating the soluble body to create energetic systems that mingle, disturb and cross thresholds of knowing.
This work activates the processes of the body to bring us into movement that defies identification and alters our perception of time and space. We build and dissolve improvisational and choreographic systems that transform and contaminate each other. We explore questions of solubility, collective knowing and immersive attentions. A performance process will emerge from our work together.
Jennifer Monson is a queer experimental choreographer based between New York City and Illinois. She is dedicated to improvisation and experimental approaches to choreography as a means to articulate the on-goingness of being on earth.
Jennifer Monson is the founder and artistic director of iLAND-interdisciplinary Laboratory for Art Nature Dance. Her works investigates phenomena such as animal migration, water infrastructure and watersheds, urban ecologies and toxicity.
She is a professor at the University of Illinois Urbana Champaign.
Monday till Friday
August 7th till 18th
10:00 – 13:00 and 14:30 till 17:30
The booking of this workshop is by invitation only.