Building-Actions

BUILDING-ACTIONS Community Outreach Program

The BUILDING-ACTIONS community outreach program is designed to bridge the relationship between the public and the creative process. Based on the themes being explored by INTER-ACTIONS and local artists working in the studio, a custom designed program is offered, including movement research sessions, discussion sessions, shared-readings, intervention performances, work-in-progress presentations and more.

For all BUILDING-ACTIONS events there is no need for signing up or registering in advance. All you need to do is show up. All events are as well for FREE! The program takes place in both German and English and there is no previous dance experience required for any of the events.

Due to current CoVid-19 regulations we can only offer a maximum of 15 participants in the Thursday movement research sessions. This means that the first 15 people to arrive can take the class. Our apologies in advance to anybody that is not able to join due to this. We appreciate your understanding.

For more information and/or questions about the BUILDING-ACTIONS program please contact us at: edan@inter-actions.de

Upcoming Schedule October and November 2020:

22.10.2020 @ 19:00 – movement research session guided by Inter-Actions / Edan Gorlicki and Alfonso Fernandez Sanchez.
 
29.10.2020 @ 19:00 – movement research session guided by Jonas Frey


05.11.2020 @ 19:00 – movement research session guided by Gaetan Matel

12.11.2020 @ 19:00 – movement research session guided by Inter-Actions / Edan Gorlicki and Charlotte Petersen

19.11.2020 @ 19:00 – movement research session guided by Green Flamingo Project / Elisabeth Kaul

21.11.2020 @ 15:00 – RE-COVER Work in progress presentation by Inter-Actions/ Edan Gorlicki and Charlotte Petersen

26.11.2020 @ 19:00 – movement research session guided by Inter-Actions / Edan Gorlicki and TingAn Ying

 

Check out the documentation video created in 2018 about the BUILDING-ACTIONS program:

The nature and philosophy of the Building-Actions program is inspired by the Random Collision working method.