2019 – 2020 THEME: ARCHIVE AND MEMORY Be Festival

Building A Body Without Organs by Amy Russell

Utilising the practice of pedagogy, participants are invited to work together through improvisation with the intent of producing performances that, similar to jazz, allow the spontaneity of improvisation to co-exist with repeatable structures. This follows the work of Deleuze and Guattari about non-differentiated bodies in which energetic economies and patterns of meaning are not reified, but flow in self-liberating “lines of flight”.

Amy Russell is the founder and pedagogic director of Embodied Poetics, new intensive training in devised physical theatre beginning in London in September 2018.

Meet in The Hub @ 10.15am

Booking: Email requests to workshops@befestival.org from June 1st with your proof of festival ticket purchase. There may be the opportunity to sign up on the day, subject to availability.

 

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