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Breath, Body, and Voice with Fides Krucker

Erica Mott Productions

Friday, July 11, 2014 at 6:00 PM (CDT)

Breath, Body, and Voice with Fides Krucker

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BREATH, BODY, VOICE

with Fides Krucker


Friday, July 11 from 6PM-9PM

Saturday, July 12 from 1PM-6PM


Exploring the Physical and Practical Embodiment of the Voice


Our voices come from our bodies. They are an extension of how we feel and they

tell a true story. When we sing songs we use feeling and form to express and

communicate our state of being.

This two-day workshop will be physical and practical. You will walk away with a better understanding of how you can learn from your voice and thus work towards health and balance - both vocal and emotional! We will use simple partnered and solo exercises as well as sighs and long tones - finally landing, with guidance, in a song. This work is of benefit to actors, singers and dancers as well as non-performers.

Please join us Saturday after the workshop for a work-in-progress showing of 3 Singers at the Experimental Sound Studio!!




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When & Where

1771 W Greenleaf Ave, Chicago, IL 60626
Chicago, IL 60626

Friday, July 11, 2014 at 6:00 PM (CDT)


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Organizer

Erica Mott Productions

Erica Mott is a choreographer, sculptural object designer and cultural organizer who, utilizes body based sculptural forms (mask/costume/object), transforms discarded materials and disregarded spaces. Using the tools of humor and surprise, she captures and heightens the magic and mystery of the mundane and invites communities to re-view and re-envision shared spaces and practices.She has been called “ingenious” by the Chicago Reader’s Laura Molzahn, and “a vibrant performance-maker, installationist and choreographer engaged with distinctive creative research and methodology, effectively complimented by articulate and generous teaching skills, mentoring, community and audience building, and public discussion about her work” by
CJ Mitchell, Deputy Director, Live Arts Development Agency, UK
 

Erica’s recent site-specific performances were featured at Free Fall Festival (Toronto), Ingenuity Fest (Cleveland), NES (Iceland), Museo del Ferrocarril (Mexico), CAD Special Exhibitions Space/Artopolis. Erica has collaborated nationally with Tim Miller, Eighth Blackbird, Sharon Bridgforth, Coman Poon/re[public] in/decency, and Guillermo Gomez-Pena. She works with Gomez-Pena’s collective, La Pocha Nostra, as a core troupe member.  Erica is a recipient of several awards including Amnesty International’s Patrick Stewart Human Rights Fellowship (to teach arts in community in South Africa), The Santa Fe Art Institute Residency, Ragdale Foundation Residency, NES Artist, the Chicago Dancemakers Forum Fellowship, the City of Chicago CAAP program and the Neighborhood Arts Program (NAP).


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