PASSING THROUGH V4 dance-workshop
"Passing On Passin Through” Workshop

Dance improvisation workshop with Małgorzata Haduch (PL)  
24-25 September 2011, 11.00-15.00
Trafó Stúdió, 1094 Budapest, Liliom u. 41.

I would like to introduce the dancers to different approach about improvisation with the help of David Zambrano's "Flying Low&Passing Through" techniques as well the source of my practice and workshop "Passing On Passing Through".
The main focus is on passing through the space and passing through each other, keeping individual pathway yet in interconnection with the group and the world. Shaping the energy and sending the thought, body musicality and ensamble composition are the key words for this practice. The touch is based on spirales and infinitive curves in the body and the space; invitation ocurres through different body parts creating variaty of interactions, yet " where are you going?" remains the main focus of the individual journey. All in all we aim to practice how to express yourself spontaniously and fully in any moment using the whole life experience. Openness in the mind is important to experience Zambrano's main statement "that there is always the other side...".

Malgorzata Haduch
(Poland, 1978) – dancer and choreographer, graduated from the School for New Dance Development, Amsterdam, in 2004. She has been working inde-pendently as a choreographer, dancer and curator in The Netherlands and other countries such as Scotland, Brazzil, Chile, Japan and Peru. Her vision about dance has been shaped by such artists and teachers as Katie Duck, David Zambrano, Robert Steijn, Hooman Sharifi, Michael Schumacher and Carlas Salas, among others, who contributed significantly to her experience as a choreographer and performer.

Venue: Trafó Stúdió, 1094 Budapest, Liliom u. 41.
Registration and information:
Prize: 30 euro

Main organizer: L1 Egyesület
partners: Motus (CZ), Art Stations Foundation (PL), Debris Company (SK), Kontakt Budapest (H), Műhely Alapítvány (H)
Main sponsor: International Visegrad Fund
sponsors: Cseh Centrum, Lengyel Intézet, Szlovák Intézet, Mickiewicz Intézet