“The Kinesthetics of Tempo”
With Irene Sposetti
Jan 20-21 2024
ABOUT THE WORKSHOP
TECHNICAL FOCUSES & INTENTIONS
Irene is a versatile performing artist, facilitator, and dancemaker with a multidisciplinary background. Although originally from Italy, Irene has spent more than two decades living and traveling as an independent freelancer across Europe, Asia, and North America. Her artistic path has been shaped by diverse cultural influences and deeply rooted in self-inquiry investigations and practices.
Irene specializes in offering and producing dance training, events, and performances across esteemed institutions such as universities, companies, cultural institutes, festivals, and independent platforms. Her work has reached audiences across the globe and reflects her distinctive and diverse experiences as a passionate explorer and artist.
In 2011 she created BEING MOTION, a platform for collaborating and sharing her artistic practice, to promote independent educational and artistic projects.
Through her dance, she aims to facilitate a heightened state of presence, enabling more conscious, functional, and effortless movement, broadening the technical, creative, and compositional skills of the movers.
She has a particular interest in researching and refining the embodiment of movement biomechanics through the understanding of principles and explorative learning processes.
She is interested in the “synergy of togetherness”,
the relational, communicative and creative aspects of contact improvisation, partnering and group dancing.
Furthermore, Irene delves into the somatic, psychological, and relational transformative impacts of dance. Her exploration extends to understanding how the practice heightens self-awareness, breaks down conditioning, instill a sense of empowerment, and contributes to overall well-being.
Live music and voice are part of her performing and teachings, exploring the link to body and movement and the evocative imaginary power of word, sound and music with dancing.
To know more and stay in touch visit: