Dance takes shape only if there is a spiritual content and form is a flowing expression of body that projects “the inner voice.”
– Kazuo Onho
We move to communicate. We may not be able to read the mind, but we can read the body. Yet to steer clear from distracting, unnatural movement, we need an expressive body to strengthen what we want to communicate.
This mind and body workshop focuses on externally revealing what one experiences internally. Learn how to link mental concepts and ideas with physical sensations, and be equipped with tools on approaching movement as an extension of one’s intention, thought or emotional impulse.
Parts of Dimo and Tamako’s repertoire will also be taught in this workshop as they share the creative process that resulted in the performance. Be inspired as they guide you through ways to express your ideas. Your contributions in this workshop may land you in a unique version of their work.