[resource-net] Next week Insurrectors @Liebig12_Berlin
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Sat May 25 18:26:24 CEST 2019
Hello reSourcers & followers!
Next week will be unfolding soon for u & anyone interested on the following
*The Invisible Committee's The Coming Insurrection*
*Mon 27.05 / 03 + 10.06*
*NMMMM* is hosting four Monday evening readings of *The Invisible
Committee's The Coming Insurrection*. You do not have to of read the book
The 136-page pamphlet is an anarchical and seductive call to arms that was
the principal piece of evidence in a 2008 French anti-terrorism case.
NMMMM is a free, accessible, radical English language reading group in
Berlin. The tone of the group is casual and conversational, the readings
function with a different person reading aloud with intermittent responses
and reflections to the material.
We will be reading the English translation of the book.
Week 1: Page 9-43
Week 2: Page 43-73
Week 3: Page 73-103
Week 4: Page 103-132
Please bring your own book or phone/tablet/computer to read a PDF from.
Printed texts aren't provided.
*Dynamic Mindfullness Yoga *with *Annie Boman*
This mindful-movement practice is welcome to all.
Being mindful is to touch each moment deeply with awareness. We can bring
this quality into our movement and our stillness.
Dynamic Mindfulness Yoga encourages a loving and non-judgemental attitude
towards the body. We will look for the experience of the pose, rather than
striving for a form. Techniques of pulsing and waving are explored to
arrive into and transition between poses. The process of the practice is
You will be invited to close each session with a short, seated meditation.
Looking forward to practicing mindfulness together!
Suggested donation €6-10
Bring your own mat!
Doors open from 9.45am
*Workshop: CONSPECTUSwith Angus BalabernieWed 29 / Thu 30.05*
*Angus McLean Balbernie* is a 65 year old performance artist who has
created around 85 pieces and projects across the world.
Taught for many years at places like EDDC and artEZ Arnhem, Scottish School
of Contemporary Dance, Dartington College of Arts, Falmouth University and
Northern School of Contemporary Dance. Was visiting professor of
choreography at KNUA Seoul, and LEM Buenos Aires.
Doesn’t teach anymore except occasional exploratory workshops, improvises,
makes the odd commissioned piece, performs for other folk and plays the
banjo left-handed and really quite badly. He might still improve. >>
All details & how to apply under:
Spaces are very limited because space is quite limited so please register
For further questions and to register please contact: liebig2019 at gmail.com
After Noon Throb Vol 3
An evening of new dance works featuring
“At the point of winter.
A peculiar little bird
that dresses up
in witch’s underwear.
At the heart of things.
To slay the WREN,
quo’ brither and kin.”
The wren is a tiny, harmless bird.
For centuries it has been traditionally hunted
and killed on December 26, to turn death to revival,
and to herald in a new year…
All of the myths and customs and the Wren King Songs associated with
Hunting the Wren have three things in common:
A trick, an absurdity, and a bit of hostility toward authority
I am 65. I have no children, no partner, no pension.
I cannot climb the mountains I love anymore.
I cannot move my body like I want to anymore.
My loved ones are dying more. They become feathers.
This is a solo. It has feathers. Light as the air.
I am heavy now, and heading toward the grave.
But my mind still plays with images, ideas, fragments…
A trick, an absurdity, and a bit of hostility toward authority.
>> www.angusbalbernie.weebly.com <http://www.angusbalbernie.weebly.com/>
*CAVADORAS COLLECTIVE & TORA HED*
Cavadoras Collective & Tora Hed will work intensively together throughout
May at Liebig12 to create a new dance work.
More information will follow when the beast of the piece appears!
Cavadoras is a performance collective based between Berlin and Naples
working with instant composition, dance, poetry and sound. The name refers
to excavators/miners, because Cavadoras search for ways to communicate the
imaginative potential of the underground.
Martina Gambardella (dancer, choreographer, IT)
Lilly Pöhlmann (dancer ECU/GER)
Marcelo Schmittner (sound/light artist CHL)
Marianne Tuckman (performance poet/dancer UK)
Tora Hed is an independent choreographer and dancer from Sweden, based in
Leeds since 2012. She graduated from Northern School of Contemporary Dance
2015 and received the Carolyn Woolridge Outstanding Performance Award. Her
work is focused and inspired around humans experiences from her own
perspective. Tora explores physical and emotional states in her practice
and generate new spaces for imagination. Tora has made works from solo to
extended pieces, collaborated with other dance, music and filmmakers across
the UK and Europe. https://vimeo.com/torahed/about
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