Workshop archive 2017 Deborah Hay: Being a Pig - or a questionable formula for the practice of dance
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Being a Pig
or a questionable formula for the practice of dance
5-day workshop conducted by Deborah Hay
Through exercises in seeing/relationship/stillness/being a pig and repetition, we will arrive, in a village atmosphere, in a co-choreographed dance. ‘My work relies on the persistent presence of the questions, rendering useless a reliance on memory and anticipation.’
Monday-Friday September 18-22 at 10am-4pm
Place: Balanssi studiot (Cable Factory, staircase D, 4th floor)
Duration: 30 h
Participation fee: 250 euro
Enrollment by August 31st.
American Deborah Hay (born 1941 in Brooklyn) has achieved icon status among choreographers. Rooted in 1960s experimental Judson Dance Theatre in New York, she has worked with Merce Cunningham, John Cage and Robert Rauschenberg. Hay examines always the perception of dance and she was one of the first to use everyday movements as part of the work, which became a milestone in dance history. Deborah Hay is part of one of the most radical and influential post-modern art movements. She later came to focus on solo works and has created works for artists including Mikhail Baryshnikov. The choreographer William Forsythe gave Hay an extra boost in her international career after the premiere of the duet she created for herself and Baryshnikov in 2000. During her long career she has been awarded several grants and awards. In the regular collection of Moderna Museet in Stockholm is a film of Merce Cunningham, with Deborah Hay dancing.
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