“We are from the natural world. When we move our bodies it is a reminder that we are natural beings. I invite participants to join me as we immerse ourselves in nature in a playful outdoor morning class in which we will be inspired by the environment of our first ‘home’.
Using creative writing and voice explorations, these classes aim to cultivate attunement with our surroundings and ourselves. This class combines choreographic practice and improvisation. Alongside the live in-person class there will be an online resource in the form of a serene audio score with instructions to follow based on methods used in the live class for all to enjoy.” Akeim Toussaint Buck
These classes are part of ID’s summer season curated by Seke Chimutengwende
Akeim Toussaint Buck is an interdisciplinary performer and creative born in Jamaica and raised in England. Akeim’s intention is to create moving, thought-provoking, accessible and free-spirited projects.
Since graduating from the Northern School of Contemporary Dance in 2014, Akeim has been involved in multiple cross-art form projects with a wide range of artists and communities from around the world. The aesthetic of his work combines dance, film, poetry, beat-box, singing and acting fused to create performances that tell stories capable of bridging the intersections of a variety of audiences.
Akeim Toussaint Buck’s work has been supported by Yorkshire Dance, Leeds Playhouse, Leeds Inspired, IRIE! Dance Theatre, Spin Arts, Serendipity, NSCD, Sadler’s Wells and Arts Council England. His choreographic work includes: Snakebox’s PLAY, Windows Of Displacement, Sib Y Osis and Beatmotion. Akeim’s film works include Galvanise and Windows.