A Marvelous Life
A Marvelous Life – Viviana Bovino
This workshop develops practices and tools that come from a variety of scenic languages such as theater, song and dance in order to create individual and group poetic and performative acts. Special emphasis will be placed on working with objects. The handling of objects is a powerful tool when creating scenic material, developing texts and choreographies from a response/relation. We will work with objects of different sizes and textures, as well as with natural elements. The workshop foresees the training of: direction of attention, development of energy, composition of actions in movement, internal and external listening, stage presence, creation from action/reaction, development of rhythmic sense, vocal scores or onomatopoeias, improvisation, space and individual and group staging.
The workshop seeks to be a space to reflect on the infinite abilities that each person can develop, beyond their state of health, and from their “holistic body” as the matrix of the performative act.
🗓️ Date |Wed., 20.09.
⏰ Time | 14h-17h
📍Location | Bedouin Tent – Protagon
🎟️ Cost | 25€
👥 Participants | max. 15 People
🌍 Language | English
is an actress, dancer and educator. She is the founder of Laboratorio Internacional Residui Teatro. In her work she crosses the bridge between dance, theater and singing through the constant search for principles that allow the action in movement of the holistic body. She has presented shows and workshops for people with and without functional diversity in European, African, American and Asian countries. She directs performative actions and is the author of articles and texts as well as the director of "Tradition Transgression", an international meeting of women creators. She also belongs to the Magdalena project network. In the field of art and functional diversity, she carries out training projects in collaboration with Escuela Pública de Animación y Educación en el Tiempo Libre Infantil y Juvenil de la Comunidad de Madrid, Fundación Psico Ballet Mayte León and Plena Inclusión, among others.