Into The Impossible
We start with a short meditation focusing on deep listening – to one's own body and our surroundings. From there moving on to activating our energies through self massage, getting into moving and experimenting with 'authentic movement' – an exploration of the unconscious, an inner listening. With these experiences we'll explore as a group, we'll move "Into the Impossible" and will end with an energetic shaking practice.
ARTISTBIO: Dolores Hulan
Dolores Hulan is a performer, dancer, actress and choreographer working and living in Brussels, Belgium. Her artistic practice consists of both working for and with other artists, makers, choreographers, directors as well as doing her own pieces, research and teaching. She has worked in both dance/performance as well as theatre productions, and worked with makers such as Mette Ingvartsen, Ivo Dimchev, Eleanor Bauer, Ariel Efraim Ashbel, Brice Leroux, Vincent Dunoyer, Tale Dolven&Gabel Eiben and Willi Dorner. Her own pieces include No Sweet Conclusions, (Blind) I walk, Gudrun and White Spaces together with Joanna Bailie and Christoph Ragg. In 2007 she started her collaboration with Carl de Smet/noumenon which resulted in the pieces Performing Qualia |1| & |2|. Redefine has been her last solo work in collaboration with Eugénie Poste (costume) and Jeremy Killick (dramaturgy).
Since years she has been closely working with Mette Ingvartsen, and currently tours the pieces 7 Pleasures as well as To Come (Extended), and Moving in Concert - the latest creation, which had its world premiere in October 2019 in Brussels. Furthermore she assisted her for the solo 21 Pornographies. Last year’s production Ophelia comes to Brooklyn by Katja Drejer - created together with Davis Freeman – is touring as well while she continues her own research entitled residue_s.
She has received the danceWEB scholarship for the Vienna International Dance Festival ImPulsTanz in 1996 and 2001. She teaches movement, improvisation and dance and completed a Yoga Teacher Training Course in Hatha, Vinyasa Flow, and Yin.
Last update: 29.06.2020