Dance Class Descriptions
(un)Threading is a somatics, dance and instant composition practice in how forces around us relate to our embodiment. Sensing the field while dancing, supplies information about efficiency of movement and dynamic alignment. Actions emerge from communication between body-systems and forces in the field. Practitioners learn to “undo” patterns alongside creating in new coherent embodiment territories where many levels of connectivity converge. We come to understand we don’t really dance rather, as relational beings, we’re in collaboration with the ground, field and everything else in our environment.
“A thread of attention may be composed of action, undoing or presence.”
In research and practice in composing with others, we play with materiality of dance.. space, time, sound, object and/or other…
We use sense-abilities and embodied imaginations in composing with Attention in improvisation practice.