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“Riding the Curve” – Workshop med Luke Jessop

This workshop builds on the principles of Riding The Curve, allowing gravity to do a lot of the work within creative acrobatics. Alongside solo movement work, we will also work with a partner to explore how such qualities as momentum, risk, weight and aesthetic can allow us to create physically and visually interesting images and tools with each other. We aim to highlight the moments that are not possible without a partner yet constructing an awareness of each person’s role within any given movement. Drawing on experience of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and Forro, we will understand how we can both cooperate and compete, using games and exercises to highlight the tools we need to develop when working with a partner.

OBS! Föranmälan Note! Pre-registration required

The workshop is open for members of Danscentrum (all four regions in Sweden) and for dancers within the street dance field. Register via e-mail to: info[at]danscentrumvast.se

State your name and a few sentences why you want to participate in the workshop.

APPLICATION DEADLINE APRIL 17

The workshop is free of charge.

Luke Jessop is the Artistic Director and founder of Ion Tribe. A dance theatre company with a strong focus on improving the scientific literacy of the general public through dance theatre productions, workshops and festivals. Under Ion Tribe, Luke has created a solo-work – ’Letter to my Newborn Child’ and is currently working a duet to be premiered in 2019, ’The Red Queen’. Luke trained in the UK at the University of Bedfordshire, and then went on to work with UK based companies 2Faced Dance, for the triple bill ’In The Dust’ and then Southpaw Dance Company for the piece ’Carousel’. In 2012 Luke moved to Brussels to work with Ultima Vez / Wim Vandekeybus, creating and performing in the works; ’booty Looting’, ’Talk to the Demon’, ’Spiritual Unity’, ’FEAR NOT’ and ’In Spite of Wishing and Wanting’ (Revival). Luke teaches prolifically at festivals and schools throughout Europe with his own style of creative acrobatic dance – Riding The Curve, as well as being commissioned to create works for various schools and institutions.