Adam Moore’s class will guide dancers through a durational improvisation using a series of prompts, beginning with a simple intention: to maintain what feels like a healthy pace for continuous movement. Prompts/suggestions will accumulate to facilitate dancing from an open and imaginative state that powerfully expresses through the entire body. From these prompts, dancers are welcome to develop their own experience, following their intuition and imagination, and allowing appetites to develop that satisfy their needs for all kinds of moving.
Adam Moore is an English-St.Lucian, transdisciplinary artist from London, exploring multiculturalism, unity, and resilience. Extending from his embodied practice, he uses an assortment of dance, drawing, painting, text, sound, sculpture, and video, to investigate emergent transdisciplinary forms and their potential to amplify and transcend meaning. He cultivates relationships intuitively and works across installation, performances and exhibitions.
He limns poetics and theories of sustainability through his socially engaged, experimental, and collaborative practice, inviting others into new ways of perceiving and connecting material and non-sensory dimensions of his work.
Adam investigates sustainability, enquiring into personal and collective exchanges across cultures, identities and experiences, foregrounding unity and resilience of the self, the collective, and worlds beyond the human – to soften hardened institutions and reveal alternative ways for life to thrive more fully.