the embodiment research lab for kids
I create spaces in which children move freely and individually in careful accompaniment. We indulge in the power and flow of dance and let our creativity run wild.harmonious coexistence in a group with diverse personalities is strengthened by movement games and dance improvisation. On the basis of pictures, themes and stories, children embark on a journey into the world of the embodiment of abstract topics. Impulses in the group influence the course of the class. The world of ideas of the children is brought into the light.
Tanz kind tanz is aimed at kindergartens, clubs, schools, museum
the fascinating world of plankton
You will explore the diversity of the organisms of the oceans of our planet Earth, approaching the importance of the concept of biodiversity – the biodiversity within all species and ecosystems.
You use the expressive means of dance to get closer to the wonderful world of plankton & make acquaintance with enchanting creatures within a unique 3D aquarium.
big bang - we are all stardust!
interconnectedness/ embodiment/ awareness
As stardust we float around in the universe, getting familiar with our solar system by transforming into planets. We meet the dinosaurs, playfully engage with Darwin’s theory of evolution & test gravity. In the depths of the ocean, we encounter giant squids, starfish and drift like plankton. We take off, we grow wings, we lose the ground under our feet to turn into bees, beetles, butterflies, bats and birds. The dance and movement experience, the associated immersion in the variety of different worlds of our universe sensitises the consciousness in the individual dealing with nature and our fellow human beings. Through dance, movement and music, the kids come into contact with scientific topics. Contemporary dance allows experimentation through free movement.
first commissioned by St. Nikolausstiftung Kindergarten Dornbach 2018-19, Elementary School Gassergasse 1050 Vienna 2020-2022, Elementary School Kunterbunt Halirschgasse 1170 Vienna 2022-2023
like the wind in the wheat field
for kids with and without disabilities.
What does growing feel like for a seed? How does an ear of wheat move in a summer wind? And in a storm? How do a large number of ears move together as a whole? What movements can be seen during the harvest? And what does a field do in winter? These and many other interesting questions will be explored in a movement workshop with Victoria Primus.
first commission a tonne by visual artist sarah maria kamleitner at Vienna Design Week 2018 in collaboration with Zoom Kindermuseum Vienna
award: erste bank mehrwert price
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