THE WORKSHOP HAS BEEN CANCELLED FROM SPRING 2021. Reason: corona restrictions in place until April 14.
In this workshop by Georgie Goater and Maikki Palm, you will be guided to warm up the body's inner spaces into warming up the shared space.

We will explore the experiencing body as it relates to the perceived outer and inner spaces through movement and stillness, and how we meet different embodiments within a web of shifting relations. We invite the imagination and conversation as tools to encounter the gestures of space, self and other through witnessing and doing.  We play with proximities and boundaries to be re-claimed. Georgie and Maikki are interested in the intuitive body in dialogue with these textures. 

All experience levels are invited to this workshop.

Language: English mainly

Georgie Goater is a dance artist from New Zealand based in Helsinki, interested in diverse embodied perceptions, improvisation and co-creation. She has been performing, teaching and creating in NZ since 2006, and with Touch Compass dance company since 2012.

She graduated from Theatre Academy’s MA in dance pedagogy in 2019 and has since performed her work with Kaaos Company and Elina Sarno locally and internationally. She has had the privilege of working with Sally Davison, Gunilla Sjövall and Jonna Lehto, with Maija Mustonen in Pond, and with Anna-Maria Häkkinen in her work Dance.

Dance artist Maikki Palm is based in Helsinki. As a choreographer and facilitator Maikki loves contrasts, dreamyness and sensations of freedom. She graduated from Trinity Laban in 2016 and from Theatre Academy in 2019. Maikki loves sharing space with movers and dogs.

Currently she is working as an artist for ITAK with an awesome working group towards Visiokartta -dance piece's premiere 2021. She is also collaborating through Dance Info with artists Nika Parkhomovskaya and Dina Verutina and Maikki facilitates contemporary dance classes in Kerava. Maikki has had a privilege to work with Georgie Goater as a facilitator partner since 2017 locally and interculturally.