This workshop is for those interested in fusing spoken text with dance. Through a series of improvisational exercises, we will be looking at: What are effective strategies to incorporate spoken text into choreographic structures? How do dance and spoken text differ in the way they communicate with audiences? What roles do juxtaposition, collision, overlapping play in that respect?
Artists: Martin del Amo
Martin del Amo is a Sydney-based choreographer and dancer with more than twenty years of professional experience. His work has toured nationally in Australia and internationally to the UK, Japan and Brazil. His contributions to the Australian arts sector have been recognised with a 2015 Sidney Myer Creative Fellowship and the 2018 Australian Dance Award for Outstanding Achievement in Independent Dance.