July 25. – 29.
9:30 Uhr – 11:00 Uhr / Profi training
Winston Reynolds graduated from Circomedia, specializing in acrobatics & physical theater (FDA, 2010-2012). And later went on to complete his Bachelor at ACAPA (Academy of Circus and Performance Art, Netherlands, 2012-2016). Within his research he specialized in acrobatic dance, a hybrid mix containing elements from gymnastics, capoeira, breakdancing and martial arts as well as undergoing several years of research around acrobatic contact partnering.
Winston is a member of the Ferus Animi // Terra Nova Collective, a group of cross disciplinary craftsperson researching in the fields of human physiology and performance, through both an artistic and scientific lens.
Class description: Orientation Practice
The Orientation practice stems from my attempt at transmitting and connecting the dots between the different aspects of my training. Up until this point the orientation practice circulates around four main pillars:
Microbatics, Agility Practice, Partnering and internal terrain.
These pillars are interconnected and help inform and continue to develop the different aspects of the training. The practice takes inspiration from neuroscience, dancing, acrobatics, meditation, play, locomotion, fighting and tool work and attempts to extract different ingredients from each but not limited to these forms.
For this specific workshop we will adopt an open form approach where we will zoom into both established elements of the practice as well as opening the door to discovering and researching new strands of material.