what if: experimental aerial research
This workshop will sensitively/recklessly explore, unearth, suspend and un-inhibit our individual processes of art-making, blurring the lines between live art, interactive art, aerial arts and somatic approaches.
We will consider our ever-evolving intentions and tools as artists and our internal/external awareness, playing with consciousness of how/what we communicate.
Participants will come with 2-3 minutes of choreography on an aerial apparatus. We will design a ‘what if’ co-laboratory in the safety of creating a generous, experimental and sacred environment to delve into possibilities and forbidden ideas.
SAT 1.9. & SUN 2.9. I 10 am - 1 pm
Circus Schatzinsel, May-Ayim-Ufer 4, 10997 Berlin
Price per participant: 112 €
The workshop is designed for professional aerialists of any discipline. The spaces are limited, please register.
Danielle has worked as a multi-faceted artist for Aerial Dance Chicago, the Joffrey Ballet, the Colorado Ballet, Frequent Flyers® and the Paloma Project.
Danielle is the second MFA Candidate with an emphasis in aerial dance and somatics at the University of Colorado and has published a paper titled, “Realigning Vertical Dance on a Horizontal Continuum.”
During 2017-2018, Danielle is a Fulbright France Scholar with an affiliation under La Grainerie in Toulouse, where she is working on her multi-disciplinary project MAPS (Multicultural Aerial Performance Stories), which explores the topics of grief, response and empathy within the intersection of embodied performance and media.