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Marie Maupas

in Nantes

L(es) Impromptu(s)

PRESENTED ON DEC 02, 2015
IN NANTES @ VOL 11

Marie Maupas, choreographer and artistic director of Cie Les Quais de la Danse (Nantes), will discuss her process creation, L (es) Impromptu(s), coined as choreographic game rule and uses since, in various versions.

In 6,40mn she and Caroline Cybula, her dancing, fit a new game live, L (es) Impromptu (s)

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Hazel Savage is a Nottingham-based digital designer, who builds various games, physical games, silly games and silly physical games. You can play the games mentioned in her presentation here. Hazel is also a part of GameCity - The world’s friendliest videogame festival.

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Navya Mastanaiah grew up in India and arrived in the USA about 8 years ago. She trained early on in a form of Indian classical dance called Bharatanatyam. As life progressed, she began imbibing different forms of western dance through school performances, impromptu jazz classes and the like. 

Since childhood, through college, even in the USA where she initially struggled to make friends, Dance has always been her go-to language for breaking barriers, making friends and buildingmemories.

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"Devising performance or creating new work...gives movement, object, light, sound, space, text..."

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ArtLab J

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Joori Jung is a dancer and choreographer who has performed around the world receiving top accolades in national and international competitions. She is the artistic director and founder of ArtLabJ and Detroit Dance City Festival. Currently Joori has focused her attention to expanding contemporary dance and art programs in Detroit.

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Renaissance Man

BY REHAN BASHIR
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With degrees in Fine Arts, from the National College of Arts in Lahore and Parsons The New School For Design in New York, Pakistani artist Rehan Bashir's initial practice was based around painting, drawing and printmaking but has now evolved into a more transdisciplinary pursuit. Under the tutelage of Nahid Siddiqui, a renowned Kathak dance exponent, Rehan, has been exploring classical dance and performance and draws inspiration from Yoga and meditation. He has been teaching Yoga in Lahore since 2014. He has very recently performed at the Dakshina Dance Festival in Washington DC, US and at the Zofin Palace in Prague, Czech Republic. He designs bespoke bridal couture, with a special focus on craft and tradition, at The House of Kamiar Rokni, which has been regularly showcasing it's work in Lahore and internationally.