Ripa di Porta Ticinese, 83
From the 14th of October to the 16th of December, at Combo in Milan, every Wednesday from 8 pm to 9.30 pm, Francesca Mariano will lead 10 workshops on dance and movement.
The Archaeo-Choreology course will take you on a journey through the body, giving you the tools and resources to explore your kinetic awareness, in relation to myth, memory and imagination.
We will ask ourselves, through guided exercises, what urges us to move? To pause, to breath, to discover new ways of being in the body as an open-source and stream of information, fluid systems and gestural symbology.
How many ways of walking are there? How do we create rest, grounding and relaxation? To play and ritualise, to blur the boundaries of story and speculation in order to create new personale and collective myths.
Join the mythic quest! No need for previous formal dance training, just curiosity and openness.
Wednesday, 14th of October
ARCHAEO-CHOREOLOGY OPEN WORKSHOP with REPTILIAN EXPO (max 20 participants)
Our bodies as maps / co-existing & co-creating
Wednesday, 21st of October
Feet and legs
Wednesday, 28th of October
Wednesday, 4th of November
– ARCHAEO-CHOREOLOGY OPEN WORKSHOP with BABAU (max 20 participants)
Research lab on the archaeo choreology process
Wednesday, 11th of November
Wednesday, 18th of November
Shoulders and arms
Wednesday, 25th of November
Neck and head
Wednesday, 2nd of December
Masking and unmasking
Wednesday, 9th of December
ARCHAEO-CHOREOLOGY OPEN WORKSHOP with POLONIUS (max 20 participants)
Mapping the body within an imaginary landscape
Wednesday, 16th of December
Final research lab theory and practice
INFO & PRICES
For info and booking write to: email@example.com
Complete course early bird (until 15/09/2020): 180€
Full price: 200€
Single workshop: 25€
Francesca is a movement artist, independent dance researcher and Reiki healer based in Milan, Italy. She is the creator of Archaeo-choreology, a process-oriented movement workshop investigating perception, myth, fiction, personal and collective memory in relation to landscape and architecture; and the creatrix of Water Information Transmission, a research-based dance practice on the relationships between the ecology of planetary waters, bodily fluids and core movement.
Trained at Anna Halprin’s Tamalpa Institute and the Silvestre Dance Technique, Francesca’s cross-dimensional and holistic approach to movement has been featured in international programs, performing and teaching, amongst others, at the University of California Santa Barbara (USA), the Young Museum (USA), the Architectural Association School (UK), Fondazione Lac O Le Mon (IT), Hot House Series (IT), Virgin and Martyr (IT), WOVO (IT). She collaborates on performance with multiple realities and musicians, gaming at the crossroads of frictional unrealism.