The Field Network


Fieldwork at Tanzfabrik: 03.03.-31.03.11 by Rachel Brooker
December 20, 2010, 7:15 pm
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Just scheduled for this spring! ***
Fieldwork
Thursdays 03.03.-31.03.11, 12-14 Uhr
OPEN SHOWING OF WORK: 08.04.10, 20:00
total cost: 105 Euros

Tanzfabrik
Möckernstr 68, Berlin Kreuzberg

Artists will gather for five weekly meetings to show work and receive rigorous, supportive feedback following the Fieldwork feedback method, followed by a public performance of the participants’ work at Tanzfabrik. This method has been used and loved by professional artists/choreographers at all stages of their careers as well as artists beginning their first choreographic experiments. It is not limited to dancemakers, but open to all art form.

The Field is an artists’ support organization based in NYC, now opening a site in Berlin, to “support artists in the development of their work and to combat the isolation which often comes with an artistic career” (from thefield.org).

Why participate?

• Gain new insight into your artwork
• Be motivated by a weekly deadline
• Hone your critical perception
Show your work to a wide public at Tanzfabrik

Rachel Brooker has made and produced performance work internationally since 1999. She founded and directs Anima Dance (www.animadance.org), a dance theater company based in Berlin, and The Field Berlin. She has performed with Marc Bogaerts, Felix Ruckert, Sabine Dahrendorf, Barbara Ruíz and Dai Jian of Shen Wei Dance Arts and others.



Level: All levels                               Language: English/German

for more information or to register: thefieldberlin@gmail.com


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