Unison within improvisation, with Joel O’Donoghue
Thursday 18 August 10am to 11.30am
Joel O’Donoghue with Karl Fagurland Brekke, and Lewis Wilkins have been working together intermittently for the past few years, creating a trilogy of works entitled Anatomy Park. Their combined practice stems from physical theatre, clowning, flying low and passing through, improvisation, release, and… singing.
Joel’s class is partly inspired by his desire to communicate through touch during the pandemic. The class works with objects between bodies- allowing individuals to safely explore resistance and connection whilst moving collectively through space.
Throughout the class Joel will lead a series of exercises that drift between improvisation and set material (inspired by his different areas of expertise). This will allow for independent decision making and accidental encounters.
This workshop is part of Brain, a project support through Tramway and The Work Room's Moving Out 2022 support. Read more about Moving Out & Brain here.
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