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ANTON LACHKY

Puzzle Work

Workshop Pro

  • Date: 12/07 to 16/07

SYNOPSIS 

In these sessions we will open the door to an endless variety of different combinations inside of our movement possibilities. Therefore, by playing organising and reorganising our body in simple and complex way in many ways it allows us to keep playful all the time while dancing. With 6 different movements body game can be endless depending on which movement comes in which order. Each body has its logic balance and limitations. Under what speed frame, in which size, what texture, with what intension, in which context, and most importantly, with what feeling do I move?

BIO 

Anton (Slovakia) started to dance at the age of 5 in the folk-dance company Maly Vtácnik. He continued his dance education at the J.L.Bellu Conservatory in Banská Bystrica, where he collaborated with friends and also participated in M.A.P.A. (Moving Academy for Performing Arts). From there he went on to train at the University of Bratislava and P.A.R.T.S. (Belgium). In 2004, he became a member of Akram Khan Company. Currently, Anton is a teacher, choreographer and cofounder of Les SlovaKs dance collective. As a teacher, he has a large repertoire of teaching activities that he teaches in Europe, Asia and America.

SYNOPSIS 

In these sessions we will open the door to an endless variety of different combinations inside of our movement possibilities. Therefore, by playing organising and reorganising our body in simple and complex way in many ways it allows us to keep playful all the time while dancing. With 6 different movements body game can be endless depending on which movement comes in which order. Each body has its logic balance and limitations. Under what speed frame, in which size, what texture, with what intension, in which context, and most importantly, with what feeling do I move?

BIO 

Anton (Slovakia) started to dance at the age of 5 in the folk-dance company Maly Vtácnik. He continued his dance education at the J.L.Bellu Conservatory in Banská Bystrica, where he collaborated with friends and also participated in M.A.P.A. (Moving Academy for Performing Arts). From there he went on to train at the University of Bratislava and P.A.R.T.S. (Belgium). In 2004, he became a member of Akram Khan Company. Currently, Anton is a teacher, choreographer and cofounder of Les SlovaKs dance collective. As a teacher, he has a large repertoire of teaching activities that he teaches in Europe, Asia and America.

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