Wayson Poon: Workshop for Professional Dancers

Wayson Poon: Workshop for Professional Dancers

Opettaja: Wayson Poon
Aika:
TO 1.8 klo 09:00-10:30
PE 2.8 klo 12:00-13:30
LA 3.8 klo 09:00-10:30

Opetuskieli: Englanti
Tarkoitettu: tanssin ammattilaiset ja opiskelijat

Hinta: 60 €, sisältää vapaalipun Waysonin esitykseen. Yksittäinen tunti 20€.

Lisätietoa

Hongkongilaisen Wayson Poonin työpaja tutkii, kehittää ja rakentaa jokaisen keholle ominaista liikekieltä taolaisten “´Qi” -kirjoitusten opastamana.

 

(Jatkuu englanniksi)

 

This workshop with Wayson Poon explores, develops and builds a movement language that is unique to everyone’s body, guided by the ”Qi” from Taoist scriptures, the Liquid Body and the Five Rhythms.

 

The exercises are categorised as follows:

  1. Conditioning: to relax the body and mind, so that ”Qi” can be free and operate properly within the body.
  2. Guiding: to accumulate the ”Qi” in the body through collecting mind and ideas, practising breathing, and exercising physically, so as to warm up the body mildly from inside.
  3. Flowing of kinetic energy: to connect and allow interaction of the ”Qi” in the body with that from the outside world through improvisation and imagination.
  4. Perceiving: from understanding the flow of body fluids, to induce the different forms and textures of body movement, while being aware of their own bodies’ original characteristics.

 


Wayson Poon

Hong Kong contemporary choreographer and dance artist Wayson Poon has worked in Europe and Asia as a choreographer, performer, researcher and educator. Due to the impacts of various cultures, his works have combined oriental spirit and western methodology, deciphered the essence of body from different aspects, studied the language of dance from several levels and brought out the harmonious chord in the vibration of many elements. He has dedicated himself to exploration of the meaning in his works and a variety of solo dance pieces in the context of contemporary dance. Poon has toured and led workshops across the world, including Sweden, UK, Korea, Australia and China. He received the Hong Kong Arts Development Award for Young Artist (Dance) in 2016.

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