Table of Contents
- Upcoming Teaching
- Embodiment & Desire (with Dr. Christian Meier)
- My Lovers, Human and More-Than-Human
- “But I could never do THAT in a piece!” – Choreography as an Active and Receptive Practice
- Desire – on Intimacy in Process and Performance
- Embodied Fermentation/MicroSomatics
- Sex and Space — Choreographing the Scene
- BDSM & Choreography
- Private: Foot Washing Ritual
- Private: Gut Feelings
- Men* touching Men*
I enjoy teaching immensely & find it compliments my performance-making work very well. Artistic work is for me about opening up a space for things to happen, as well as about the personal process of all concerned, not just the “author”. So teaching & making choreography come from a very similar place for me. Here are some upcoming dates. There are a number of different workshops & classes i offer, so if You’re interested in booking me for any of them, please get in touch! I love to travel & share my practices in many different contexts.
What does it mean to do something with our bodies communally? What can you get from taking a dance class together that you can’t get from any other experience? And what is contemporary dance “technique” in a world where anything goes?
A Somatic Approach to Performance – regular class every Tuesday evening at Tanzfabrik Wedding
What does it mean to do something with our bodies together? And how can community not undermine the individual’s desires, but empower them, and vice versa?
Is there in fact anything “sexual” about exploring the reproductive organs somatically? Or is it the least sexual system of all to explore? What comes up for us when we move and are moved by this system?
How can we expand the Desires that emerge between human beings to include a sensuous, multi-directional relationship to the space itself, and other non-human entities? In other words, how can we cultivate a consensual erotic relationship with the world at large?
What do we do with the Desires that emerge while making work?
Fermenting foods is an essential part of nearly all human cultures – and some nonhuman ones as well! As much as a third of all the food consumed worldwide has been fermented in some way. Many of us, at home with time on our hands during recent lockdowns, have newly rediscovered home fermentation, as a […]
A holistic approach to making art that both draws from and affects our personal, social, and political realities.
Practice, ritual, the relationship of bodies in space, consent, reflection, composition, collaboration, and developing awareness around seeing and being seen.
A workshop on listening, receiving, and being an empowered ally.
A Workshop on Dance, Desire, and Performing the Erotic Body