Body in Motion 3
|202ETP3||credit||2||2 hours (45 min) of instruction per week, 32 to 42 hours of self-study||English||winter|
Name of lecturer(s)
- Use of acquired skills and knowledge from previous courses Body in Motion for working with movement material, space structure and subsequent transfer of spontaneous compositions to the conscious level.
- Fascination with the movement of one's body, partner's movement, space movement, movement in the space. Finding movement awareness. Working with time and gravity.
- Working with inner space; building sensitivity for the space, a partner, environment and the here and now. Building a narrative, relationship, emotion.
- Listening to the story written by one's body, in space and time.
The aim is defined by the course title: The body as a partner, a bearer of emotion, feeling and life experience and their use in authentic body/movement expression. Conscious work with space, composition, time, rhythm, structure and partners in the space.
Prerequisites and other requirements
- Completion of Body in Motion 1 and 2.
- Active approach.
- 70% attendance.
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Evaluation methods and criteria
Class active participation, written reflections throughout the semester, written reflection at the end of the semester with reference to the recommended literature.
Schedule for winter semester 2023/2024:
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Schedule for summer semester 2023/2024:
The schedule has not yet been prepared