Prismare, Roomweg 167d, Enschede
Date and Time:
June 24, 2017 at Workshop between 2-5 p.m.
between Tetem and AKI
Louisa Kistemaker and Loby Lam collaborate in this Global Water Dances Enschede workshop. Louisa explores performative methods in the context of water governance and sustainability and social cohesion. Loby guides workshops at Kahbam exploring body movements, encounters and sharings through contact improvisation. The painter Willemijn Calis explores our movements and bodystorms with her observations and brushes adding new perspectives in this interdisciplinary project.
History of Site and Related Water Issues:
During our Global Water Dances Workshop participants will “bodystorm” about our relation to water: be it water use in daily life, enjoying the beauty of water bodies during a walk or how to deal with floods in Enschede.
During our Workshop we focus on the process: How does movement evolve? How do different reflections and experiences shape our movements? What does movement add to our reflections about water? How can we tell a collective story on water experiences through our bodies?
After the Workshop we will share our food in a potluck. We encourage participants to consider the use of water in the food we share. This workshop is a starter of “bodystorms” and invites participants to continue the work and enlarge the community.
Global Water Dances Enschede aims at connecting environmental and artistic actors and researchers to explore new ways to address sustainability transformations. The event on 24 June 2017 is the opening activity.
Directions to the Site of Performance:
We will meet at 2 p.m. at Prismare, Roomweg 167d in Enschede.
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How can I get involved?
Bring yourself, your creativity, your ideas and share your Food with us in the potluck starting at 5 p.m.
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