Lead artist/researchers: Thomas Kampe

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Weave : Feldenkrais Method as choreographic process

The practice-led choreographic research project Weave aimed to bring together a team of international contemporary dance makers and experienced somatic practitioners to investigate the use of the Feldenkrais Method® as a resource within choreographic practices.

The specific aims of the project were multi-facetted.  On the one hand this project sought to work through collaborative processes of networking between advanced somatically oriented dance makers, including qualified Feldenkrais, Body–Mind-Centering™ and Pilates practitioners, thus placing the Feldenkrais Method in a fluid, discursive, trans-cultural field; on the other hand, a focus of the process was to probe a potential of Feldenkrais based processes to intervene with or enhance choreographic processes with a specific focus on the re-working or extending of existing works.

For further information on this project click here:  weavefacility[1].doc

For an insght into this research project click here: Weave.pdf

Weave was an umbrella project that  included several dance makers working on individual projects. Amen was a piece of physical theatre with choreography by Thomas kampe that was created during  the Weave project.  A performance video of Amen can be viewed click here



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