DESTRUCTION OF THE CONSTRUCTION AS A CONSTRUCTIVE TOOL FOR MAKING NEW CONSTRUCTIONS
Ready made dance frase constructions are cut, divided, connected and remade into new ones by the participants. New constructions are built in space and time, based on the participants choices. They will relate or not to each other while dancing through space and observing each-other. They make decisions that could influence the placement, the look and the dynamics of the frase they create. The research can lead into the new compostion and a new choreography. The aim of this workshop is to present to the participants some basic tools, i employ and use, for making the choreographic works and dynamical compositions in space.
Igor Sviderski is a contemporary dancer, dance teacher, choreoghrapher and performer, working at the field of contemporary dance and theatre art since 1989. Worked and explored the area of movement, dance and voice with many domestic and international artists, choreographers, dancers, directors and theorists as well as staged and performed many awarded and acclaimed dance productions, at home and abroad. Since 1995 he give beginers, advanced and professional level classes, lectures in dance and choreography and hold workshops on the field of contemporary dance, improvisation and movement in different dance schools and studios, at home and abroad. Guest teacher at the Slovenian Academy for Dance. Employed as teacher at the Drama-theatre high-school on the subject of the art of movement.