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The workshop gives frame for a process of re-discovering our own bodies as supporting and expressive means for dance and life.

The contents and material developed through the encounters depart from the image that the "body" is submerged in a flow of constant change of inner and outer necessities in a permanent physical and mind dialogue between the organism and the surrounding. 

We are in a permanent dance of interrelated layers, from our deepest supporting skeleton structure through our entire organism towards the most outer environment. The classes aim for bringing tools and resources in order to bring awareness to this movement, allow it to happen in a more free, more efficient and creative spirit.

Through clear anatomical pictures we aim for visualising our own structure, clarifying it, closer sensing its possibilities and expanding so our own body experiences.

Through simple sequences we re-discover movement patterns, create new paths and try to understand and overcome obstacles in the flow.

Through proposing simple individual and group tasks we open a field for tuning up individual and common awareness where letting unfold a dance of kinetic discoveries, change possibilities and renewed (e)motions.

Technique and improvisation, questioning preconceptions and bringing new imaginary, guiding and following, active proposing and quiet listening interweaves permanently.

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espaciopropio.augenblick expresses our view of art movement and life, and it is based in our experiences as dance performers, choreographers and teachers constantly inspired and moved by our learning processes through our dance work, Klein Technique and Alexander Technique, and facing our own bodies as an endless source for amazement and creativity.

This workshop is for dancers, performers, actors, artists and teachers and for curious people willing to explore and expand their expressive capacities by means of the body. No previous experience is required.


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FERNANDO NICOLÁS PELLICCIOLI & CARLOS OSATINSKY, both born in Argentina, are working together since they met each other during their dance studies in the Taller de Danza Contemporánea of the San Martín Theater in Buenos Aires. They don't define themselves as a "dance company", "group" nor "collective" but as two individuals who share views, connecting in needing and discrepancies, exchanging roles, exploring interests on the artistic field and through their path in the world. 

They are moved in their artistic work by questioning the stage as a privileged space, searching a more honest scenic language and materials that bring insight into performative being. Their creations research different interactive modes of relationship between performers/performance/spectators. They look for more open forms of composition, integrating on set scores spaces of freedom through improvisational tools in an attempt to create scenic experiences that offer a deeper sense of risk, openness and aliveness.

In the past years their own pieces and projects have been showed in Spain, Austria, Germany, Argentina and South Korea and have developed pieces in residencies in M.U.N.T (Museum of the National University of Tucumán), Argentina, LaborGras, Berlin, Centro Coreográfico La Gomera, Spain; and Dependance Stift Millstatt, Austria, KID Residency Program Sweden.

Besides their own experiences as performers and creators, they collaborate with other artists in Europe and Argentina as Toula Limnaios, Company Rubato, Roberto Oliván, Yuko Matsuyama, Pedro Prazeres, Ana Correa, Helena Lizari, Jonathan Martineau, FACE, OTRO ESPACIO, NETZWERK AKS, Zufit Simon, Hyoung-Min Kim, among others.

In spite of the fact that they reside in Germany, they keep feeding the bridge that connects them with South America and Asia. They are invited by festivals and private institutions to teach workshops and seminars. They were invited as Guest Professors in the School of Dance in the Korea National University of Arts in Seoul, in Residencias de formación CAFÉ-FACE in Buenos Aires Argentina and in c.e.m, Lisbon Portugal.

Their steps are guided and supported by whom they feel till nowadays as their Teachers: Haichi Akamine, Marina Giancaspro, Susan Klein, Jeremy Nelson, David Zambrano, Beatriz Lábatte, Barbara Mahler.

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