November 5th +++ ¤ bélier ¤

::: Two hour exploration of human voice research, experimentation, story telling, healing, transmitting herstory :::

On the air, ¤ bélier ¤ referred to a Voice & Movement class called Womb Cxre, which has moved and touched  them, opening up new pathways for self-research through dance and voice work. This class is taught by Phoebe Heintzman- Hope, who explains:

 Womb Cxre is an educational initiative in body work bridging singing and dancing for personal & professional practices. My aspiration is to enable dancers to express themselves through auto-generative movement. This idea of auto-generation is one that acknowledges the power of external sounds and music that possess the body. Auto-generative movement is propelled by the dancers internal sense of dialogue and musicality. I lead vocal exercises to draw out the impulses in a dancing body, uninhibited by recorded music. I exercise attention to physical and sonar space. Through internal dialogue and socio-spacial awareness, dancers are able to correlate their movement to their identity and the impact they have on their immediate surroundings. The vocal exercises I lead begin with a sense of unity that individuates with time. This exercise gives dancers the ability to find new pathways of movement prompted by their internal dialogue. The excavation of this dialogue is a dance that feeds itself to others as it feeds back in to itself”.

Contact her to see when she’s teaching next at heintzmanhope@gmail.com.

Here is the outline of last week’s set (will update):

Tanya Tagak https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FcOYx4_72Zo

Madeskimo https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=khVdujN-vMI

Interview with Tanya Tagak https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pFHL341OpHU

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