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Frédéric Gies

Technosomatics (Workshop)

Part of "CTM 2020 – Liminal"

MusicDance

English / 180 min.

“Technosomatics” is a movement practice developed by Frédéric Gies which invites participants to explore moving to repetitive music both individually and collectively. Exploring endocrine systems and chakras through dancing, while exploring dance through the embodiment of endocrine systems and chakras, participants move with closed eyes in a dark room. Prioritising embodiment and experience over mainstream understandings of anatomy, “Technosomatics” proposes another kind of experience of dance—somewhere other than a somatics/dance class or a dancefloor. The participatory project offers a safe and open space for being alone together and for indulging in altered states of consciousness. 

A limited amount of spots for the workshop are reserved for CTM Gold Passes and Connect Gold Passes. Gold Pass holders interested in taking part are asked to get in touch with boxoffice@ctm-festival.de with the subject Technosomatics before 15 January 2020 to reserve their place. First-come-first served.

Following the workshop, “Dance is Ancient” arrives in Berghain’s Säule on 30 January, accompanied by seven hours of music by Berghain resident Fiedel. Workshop participants, techno devotees, dancers, and anyone intrigued are welcomed to join Gies and Fiedel in Säule for a night of hypnotic techno and dance. 

Dates

  • Current
    Wed 29.1.2020, 14:00 / HAU2
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Credits

"Technosomatics" is funded by the Nordic Culture Fund. CTM 2020 is funded by the Senate Department for Culture and Europe, Initiative Musik, Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and Media, Goethe-Institut, Federal Foreign Office, Creative Europe Programme of the European Union, Canada Council for the Arts, Government of Canada, Nordic Culture Fund. In collaboration with HAU Hebbel am Ufer, transmediale 2020, Kulturprojekte Berlin, and many more.

Location

HAU2
Hallesches Ufer 32, 10963 Berlin

There are two marked parking spots in front of the building. (in Großbeerenstraße). Wheelchair ramp and lift available. Barrier-free restroom facilities are available. Advance notification advised via service@hebbel-am-ufer.de.

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