Stage: Lille scene
You will gain an insight into the embodied voice methods developed for the performance UUUH, which will be shown in the evening on the same day as the workshop. The workshop is framed by an interest in how gender is perceived through sound and is contextualised through a historical context of the siren.
We will practice new ways of being together through sounding, listening and moving together.
Our voice practices are founded in Lichtenberger® applied voice physiology and is a way to listen and follow the voice rather than following a pre-notion of how to sound.
Everyone is welcome and it is not required that you already have a movement and voice practice. Bring clothes you can move in.
(About the artist:) Anna Fitoussi and Kai Merke work in the field of dance, choreography and performance and graduated from Inter-University Centre for Dance Berlin at the Berlin University of the Arts (UdK). They share a training in Lichtenberger® applied voice physiology and have worked together with voice since 2017.