I've been thinking about teaching. A very important part of warm-up is the movement of the spine. Flexion, extension, rotation, and lateral movement all need to find the way into the first parts of my classes. How can I incorporate these in a way that it moves beyond an exercise and into a dance? Therefore, this improv is dedicated to what my body wants in the warm-up process.
With Diane Bedford at San Jacinto College Studio. Fun with contact improv. Had to cut some of the beginning and end to make it small enough to fit onto the website.
Romance in F minor: Antonin Dvorak. Finishing up with Slavic Dance in G Minor: Antonin Dvorak.
Restless. I have quite a bit of restlessness in me- the physical form results in lots of improving. Lately, I get restless when I see or do that same step- and have been thinking about those inbetween places we don't often think about articulating. For example, the space between the wrist and elbow (thanks JeWo for pointing that one out to me). So here's some exploring.
This is a blog of processes. Through the sharing of media and writing I am following my impulses, teasing out and unpacking, translating, solidifying, and making concrete my investigations into something that can be shared.