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FLORENTINA HOLZINGER & MARIJA MALENICA

ImPulsTanz Workshops 2017 © Karolina Miernik
ImPulsTanz Workshops 2017 © Karolina Miernik
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ImPulsTanz Workshops 2017 © Karolina Miernik
ImPulsTanz Workshops 2017 © Karolina Miernik
Marija Malenica © Reyjasir Photography
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© Reyjasir Photography
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© Marija Malenica
ImPulsTanz Workshops 2017 © Karolina Miernik

Inside the Octagon

A Transformatory Fighting Workshop

In this class we will recruit warriors, assuming that this will result in better artistry.

We use the preparation a fighter undergoes to prepare for our artistic work. We start from a place of physical challenge, taking inspiration from martial arts and boxing training. We will work on condition, on pads, with partners, and prepare ourselves for some sparring, the pas de deux of the ring.
Even though we want to spend time on obtaining actual fighting technique, our focus will be the act of pursuing it, of undergoing a training together and appropriating it for our practice.

How can we use the preparation for the ring as a preparation to make dance or art? What if the preparation of the fighter is an artistic process? We want to explore the exchangability of physical disciplines as a tool for dancers, makers and creative people. In that spirit we also investigate the performativity of the collaboration happening between trainer and trainee, coach and student, personal trainer and client.

"Fear is the greatest obstacle for learning in any area, but in particular in boxing. For example, boxing you learn through repetition. You do it over and over and suddenly you’ve got it… however in the course of trying to learn, if you get hit and you get hurt, that makes you cautious, and when you’re cautious you can't repeat it and when you can’t repeat it, it’s going to delay the learning process…" – Cus D’Amato, trainer of Mike Tyson

In this Workshop we will transform our body into a weapon to serve our dreams.

For this workshop Florentina invites the Croatian K1 Champion Marija Malenica. She will offer her experience to pass profound boxing technique on to the students and prepare them for combat.

ARTISTBIO: Florentina Holzinger

Florentina Holzinger studied choreography at the School for New Dance Development (SNDO) in the Amsterdamse Hogeschool voor de Kunsten. She received the danceWEB Scholarship in 2008 and in 2011 at ImPulsTanz Vienna. Her Diploma Solo work "Silk" got awarded the Prix Jardin d’Europe at the lmPulsTanz Festival 2012.

Her collaboration with Vincent Riebeek resulted in a trilogy of pieces – "Kein Applaus für Scheisse", "Spirit", and "Wellness" – that are touring at various international performance festivals. Holzinger’s latest work "Agon" had its first showing last summer at ImPulsTanz and "Recovery" is its continuation. And in 2015 she premiered the performance "Schönheitsabend" at ImPulsTanz, Vienna.

ARTISTBIO: Marija Malenica

Marija Malenica is a professional fighter in Kickboxing and Mixed Martial Arts. She is a holder of three belts and an experience of more than 20 professional fights. She works as group and personal kickboxing trainer in Amsterdam. Currently she performs in Florentina Holzinger's show "Recovery".
 
 

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