Sat 14 Sep '19 - Workshop

Performance Lab Series #1

a day long workshop with Eleanor Bauer

Performance Lab, Workshop Series Rotterdam presents a day long workshop with Eleanor Bauer in UBIK Theatre WORM, on Saturday 14th September, 11:00 – 18:00.

Eleanor Bauer is a performer and choreographer working at the intersections of dance, writing, and music. Her work is a profound synthesis of intelligences. Physical, conceptual, sensual, intellectual, social, formal, and emotional understandings are bound in her embodied practice of making performances. From solos to talk shows to large ensemble pieces, her versatile works range in scale, media, and genre traversing categories of performance with wit, humour, and aplomb.

Originally from Santa Fe, New Mexico, Bauer is currently based in Stockholm where she is a PhD candidate in Choreography at Stockholm University of the Arts. She has been creating performances via GoodMove vzw in Brussels since 2007 and was artist in residence at Kaaitheater in Brussels from 2013-2016. Bauer co-founded the open-source format for exchange of practices in the performing arts called Nobody’s Business in 2015 and continues to teach, write, lecture, and create contexts for exchange of knowledge in the arts.

Performance Lab, Workshop Series Rotterdam is facilitated by Clara J:son Borg and Amy Pickles, it is supported by Gemeente Rotterdam and WORM. Between September and December 2019, three invited artists will share aspects of their performance practice in educational workshops as part of the series.

Eleanor Bauer’s workshop has space for 20 participants.
The workshops are ticketed, so reservation is required.

There will be a reservation fee of €17 to ensure a committed group, €15 of the ticket price will be reimbursed in cash upon attendance.
The €2.00 charge is to account for handling, BTW and contribution to snacks.
You can book your tickets via WORM’s website. If you drop out of coming 3 days or less before the workshop you don’t get an reimbursement (unless you fall ill /accident/family issues).