Rambert playground October 22
I painted at The Playground at Rombert.
I was invited to work and lead a session with Attila Andrasi.
The Playground is very pleased and excited to welcome Choreographer Attila Andrasi @attilaandrasiartist to lead a session for the first time at The Playground in just one week🎉Attila is facilitating a movement research process with a creative tool titled 'Perceptive ball' which will lead you to experiment with a playful mindset, and curiosity and to arrive at the hyper-performative momentum to gather experience from the ecstatic and recessive state. Focusing on perceptual attention and variation of the constant self-reflexive internal and external observations and the physical dialogue within the practice.Attila is a Hungarian dance practitioner, and performer working in a multidisciplinary medium. His nature of choreography practice is experimental, playing with internal and external stimuli. He is mainly focusing on navigating somatic experience which defines the abstract authentic movement language. He graduated from the Budapest Contemporary Dance Academy and the Salzburg Experimental Academy of Dance. Currently pursuing a Master of Fine Arts Choreography - Choreography diploma at the Trinity Laban Conservatoire with a bursary from Leverhulme Arts scholarship.
I painted 5 paintings that represented the piece Attila created with a group of dancers.
None of the dancers had seen painting within the dance space like this so it was a pleasure introducing them to the visual artists mindset.
If you have any questions about my work or want to collaborate please dont hesitate to get in touch.