I call you dance – performances, discussions, workshops

“With eyes turned inward, we walk into the past”

‘I call you dance’ is a week of dance performances, workshops and discussions with Adriana Jamisse, CAN Creative (Nathan Bartman and Ciara Baldwin) and Ché Adams running from the 24th to the 30th of September 2018 at the Theatre Arts Admin Collective. It is curated by Julia de Rosenwerth and invites conversation around dance as a modality for self-exploration and integration. Looking to the past, each participating artist works with or is influenced by historically established music and dance traditions that inform their practice and shape their understandings of why they dance and how they dance. ‘I call you dance’ is a place to witness and engage with the artists on their practices, influences and inspirations, with an openness to spark more conversation around the roles folk-dance knowledge systems have in contemporary artistic work. 

***For the full programme and booking information please click here*** 

PERFORMANCES

Adriana Jamisse: DERIVATIONS

Dates: 24th and 25th September 
Time: 7pm 
R80

Adriana Jamisse performs ‘Derivations’: an embodied exploration of self through the deconstructing and re-constructing of a Mozambican dance, Marrabenta, with live musician Kerim Melik Becker. Each performance includes a post show conversation with Adriana

CAN Creative and Julia de Rosenwerth: ROOTED and REIN

Dates: 26th and 27th September | post-show Q&A on 27th
Time: 7pm 
R80

CAN Creative performs ‘Rooted’: a search for human connection inspired by the infinite network of biological pathways of trees. Julia de Rosenwerth performs ‘Rein’: a self-integrative journey through flamenco rhythm and drive.

Che Adams (Tierra Flamenca): QUERENCIA


Dates: 28th and 29th September | post-show Q&A on 29th
Time: 7pm 
R80

Ché Adams performs ‘Querencia’: an intimate flamenco portrayal of her journey towards her true self, with live musical accompaniment from Bienyameen Camroodien. 

‘I call you dance’ is a place to witness and engage with the artists on their practices, influences and inspirations, with an openness to spark more conversation around the roles folk-dance knowledge systems have in contemporary artistic work. 

WORKSHOPS
Over the weekend of 29th and 30th of September, each artist will also host a workshop, in partnership with ANY BODY ZINE and Business and Arts South Africa. For more information on workshops, please contact anybodyzine@gmail.com

Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/285846918663669/

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