We’re delighted to be delivering a Lighting and Movement workshopworkshop in collaboration with London Institute of Performing Arts (LISPA) and CLOD ENSEMBLE as part of their Reboot artist development programme.
Breite Str. 43
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12 and 13 May 2018
The workshop aims to introduce participants to the use of light as an active scenographic material in the creation of movement and performance. It is aimed at anyone working in the performing arts wanting to work with light as part of their performance practice. Attending the workshop will allow you to expand your knowledge of how light and movement can connect and how to use light more actively in the creation of new work.
The workshop is free to attend. *Attendees will be required to pay for any transport and living costs*
No previous knowledge of lighting is necessary, however the workshop is aimed for those in professional practice.
Unfortunately this workshop is now fully booked. We are intending to run further workshops later in the year. If you would like to register your details please click on the link below.
- Talk about the use of light in a performance by the clod ensemble (Suzy Willson, Hansjörg Schmidt)
- Introduction to key principles and technologies of light in performance (Hansjörg Schmidt)
- Introduction to the use of movement and choreography in works by the clod ensemble (Suzy Willson)
- Practical exploration of light as an active part of choreographic thinking and development (Suzy Willson, Hansjörg Schmidt)
- Practical project work in small groups, using light to create and enhance movement (led by Suzy Willson, Hansjorg Schmidt).
Hansjörg Schmidt is a lighting designer, working regularly with a group of UK based artists and theatre companies. He is also the Programme Director Lighting Design at Rose Bruford College in London, and his research interests lie in the area of lighting, environment and narrative.
Suzy Willson has created an extraordinary body of work that has pushed the boundaries of choreographic practice, creating award-winning, movement-based performance work which ‘defies categorisation’. After training with legendary theatre and movement teacher Jacques Lecoq in Paris, she established CLOD ENSEMBLE with composer Paul Clark. CLOD ENSEMBLE have made work for over two decades which is provocative and ambitious in scale and concept, for art galleries, theatres, dance houses and public spaces across the UK and internationally.