Sound It Out: K.G. Guttman (Montreal)

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The Toronto Dance Community Love-In says
Sound it OUT

How does experimentation with sound impact our choreographic process?

The workshop Sound it OUT concerns the interaction between sound, space, listening and movement. Through somatic exercises linking touch, vision, vibration, and movement, the workshop will expand the participant’s skills and awareness of sound in performance. Special attention will be placed on developing the use of sound to provoke audience/ performer relations, imagine new spaces, compose listening experiences, and craft situation.

Sound it OUT will offer a brief overview of contemporary practices of analogue and digital sound in performance. Group and solo exercises will be presented for the participants to experiment and develop original choreography using a variety of sound sources. The workshop will open up broader themes of how images and audio work together to create meaning in performance; issues of gender, race and sexuality may be addressed as they emerge.

** There will be optional in studio showing at culmination of this workshop!



k.g. Guttman is a choreographer and artist based in Montreal. Currently a research candidate in the PhDArts program of Leiden University and the Royal Academy of Art in the Hague, the Netherlands. Her work, funded through the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC), explores the intersection of choreography, site-specific interventions, and territoriality.

From 2008-2013, k.g. held the appointment of Assistant Professor in the Department of Contemporary Dance, Concordia University, Montreal.

Her choreographic works have been commissioned through the Canada Dance Festival, Dancemakers, LeGroupe Dance Lab, Ottawa, and the University of Sonora, Mexico. Her performance work has been screened, performed and exhibited nationally and internationally through institutions such as Mediamatic, Amsterdam, Palais de Tokyo and Galerie Khiasma, Paris, Ottawa Art Gallery, Musée d’Art de Joliette, Galerie LaCentrale and VIVA! Art action, Montreal, Art Metropole, and TPW Gallery in Toronto.

She is thrilled to be asked to teach for the third time at the Love-In. Each workshop has been joyous and intense!

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Registration opens June 1st, 2017.
$350 for the week. Prices include HST.
CADA reimbursable.

TO REGISTER:
http://tolovein.com/
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By: The Toronto Dance Community Love-In