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Morning Class : Shivaangee Agrawal

Shivaangee Agrawal in research for Velocities as part of Choreodrome at The Place.

Through rhythmic patterns, footwork and sound-making, we will delve into the experience of moving collectively and the relational states that arise between us as a result. The class will begin with introductions to specific rhythmic frameworks and move into improvisational scores, with a close attention paid to the experience of moving together as a group.

Though the rhythmic underpinning to these improvisations is derived from Bharatanatyam, and the spatial patterns are derived from Indian folk dance, this class will be moving beyond form to explore how rhythm can map the disorientation and orientation that arises from being in collectivity. This class is open to movers of all kinds who are committed to the experience of learning and moving together.

Shivaangee Agrawal is teaching with ID for the first time at the invitation of our Communications Assistant, Jay Yule.

Some of these sessions may take place outdoors in local parks and green spaces as well as the studio. Please bring appropriate shoes and layers.