Das „LABORMANIFEST“ ist eine diskursive und performative Plattform, die zwei Mal jährlich im SÜDUFER verortet ist. Sie wird von der freien Tanzszene in Freiburg initiiert und in Selbstorganisation umgesetzt. Es ist ein Raum für Reflektion, Vision, Weiterentwicklung, Forschung und Vernetzung von, für und mit Tanzschaffende(n). In der fünften Ausgabe richten wir den Fokus auf künstlerische Entwicklung mit einem 5-tägigen ARTISTIC DEVELOPMENT Coaching-Programm. Wie immer gibt es auch Raum für spontane Kollaborationen, Aktionen, Jams & Vernetzung in den OPEN RESEARCH SPACES.
MO – FR 16.10.2017 – 20.10.2017:
7.30 – 8.30 Uhr | Morning Practice
9.00 – 10.30 Uhr | Profitraining
10.30 – 18.00 Uhr | ARTISTIC DEVELOPMENT COACHING PROGRAM
(Südufer + Studio bewegungs-art)
9.00 – open END | OPEN RESEARCH SPACES
SA 21.10. um 20 Uhr Offenes Studio – works in progress
Kooperationspartner: E-WERK / SÜDUFER, Tanzszene BW
choreographers & dancers
mentored program for artistic development
16-21 october 2017
The 5th edition of LABOR MANIFEST in Freiburg, Germany will offer a mentored process of creation for both choreographers and dancers. The aim of this gathering is to offer a rigorous round of dance making where choreographers and dancers respond to tasks given to them by the mentors [see page two]each day. They will have the opportunity to not only develop their skills of creation and performance, but also to participate in the feedback rounds led by the mentors in the daily showings of the day’s work. At the end of the week, the outcomes and process will be shared with the public. The program is open to 4 choreographers based in the Freiburg region and professional dancers from any location.
To apply for the role of choreographer please send a letter ofmotivation [not more than one page], addressing the following points:
. your motivation to participate
in the program
. your research interests
. at what point you are in your
To apply for the role of dancer please send your CV and brief
statement of interest to participate in the program.
With all applications, please include your name, address, email and phone number.
Send applications [in English] and any additional questions to: firstname.lastname@example.org
BIO´s von den MentorInnen:
Matan Zamir is an Israeli Berlin based choreographer and performer. He was a member of the Batsheva Dance Ensemble under the artistic direction of Ohad Naharin and has worked with Yasmeen Godder as a creating performer, artistic collaborator and rehearsal director. Since moving to Berlin in 2002 he has worked with Sasha Waltz, Benoit Lachambre, Michaela Casper, Kiriakos Hadjiioannou and Peaches, among others. In 2005, he founded matanicola with Italian choreographer and performer Nicola Mascia. Their body of work includes 7 evening-length pieces, site-specific creations, festival curation, installations and improvisation projects. In 2014, together with Gal Naor, he founded The Progressive Wave, a project that aims to translate complex spiritual ideas into an innovative audio-visual performative language. In 2016, Matan was invited to create a piece for D.Lab dance company in Shanghai, China and in 2017 to collaborate on a video installation with Hanayo Nakajima at MOT museum for contemporary art in Tokyo, Japan. Matan Zamir is regularly teaching contemporary dance classes and leads movement research workshops internationally.
Monica Gillette is a choreographer, dramaturg and project developer for interdisciplinary research. After an education in classical ballet, Monica developed a career in the field of contemporary dance, collaborating with several international choreographers in Los Angeles and New York before a DanceWEB scholarship to Impulstanz took her abroad in 2007. Monica was a founding member of the artist driven network Sweet & Tender Collaborations, fostering projects that challenged format, medium and modes of collaboration. In 2008, she began working at Theater Freiburg as a dancer and choreographer and was the co-artistic director of two research projects in collaboration with University Freiburg – BrainDance (2014) and Störung/Hafra’ah (2015-16) – in Germany and Israel. For these projects, she co-created a multifaceted research design that brought together dancers, scientists and people with Parkinson’s to explore different facets of human movement and what it means to gradually lose control over it. She leads movement research workshops internationally and has worked as a mentor to dance artists in Germany and Italy, most recently for the Dancemakers 1 project at Centro per la scene Contemporaneo.
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