A Path for the Documentation of Teaching Practice
The Skin is the Most External Layer of the Brain
Work to Be Discovered:
Interview with Nancy Stark Smith
Documentation as (Part of) Artistic Practice
Interview with Florence Corin and Baptiste Andrien
Tracing the Invisible :Writing as a Trace
Scratching the Script
Warming up the Attention:
Scores as Doors to Poetic Documentation
Fascia as Metaphor and Narrator:
Looking at the Things in Between
Capacity of Language:
Interview with Frey Faust
Bertha Bermúdez Pascual
Is a dancer, choreographer, and dance researcher. She works combining teaching, lecturing, giving advice, researching dance documentation and doing choreographic work within different institutions: Dantzaz Compania, Conservatoire Nationale de Bayonne, and Las Negras Productions. She has initiated and coordinated various research projects at ICKamsterdam and the ARTI group of the Amsterdam School of the Arts. Currently she is doing PhD at the Amsterdam University, Research School of Memory and Heritage Studies.
Defne Erdur, PhD
Is trained in Contemporary Dance (PhD), Sociology (MA), Intermodel Art Therapy, Body Therapies, Meditation, and Trauma Healing (SEP). She has been regularly teaching and researching at ImPulsTanz, MSGSU Istanbul State Conservatory, ElimSende, ÇATI Contemporary Dance Artists Association, and CI-Turkey as well as supporting WINPeace and Beyond Borders initiatives. Invested in building safe, inclusive, and collaborative creative environments she performs and offers her workshops – Hunting Gathering Cultivating, Every Body Knows, Mind the Body, and Embodying Time – around the world. Defne is the co-founder of IDOCDE and editor of idocde.net.
Is a dancer and teacher, working at the University of Theater and Film Arts in Budapest. She is a certified Skinner Releasing Technique teacher. Her core interest is somatic-based movement research, improvisation performance and community work for dance education. She is a guest teacher at master workshops and international festivals. She also organizes national and international events, workshops, and projects. She is the co-founder of IDOCDE and project coordinator of Reflex Europe.
Is a performer, choreographer, and author. She facilitates interdisciplinary gatherings at the intersection of theory and dance practice. She is a certified practitioner in systemic-integrational movement study. She is an editorial member of www.corpusweb.net and writes, publishes, and performs texts in relation to contemporary dance and performance. She collaborates closely with artist Jack Hauser, with whom she realizes performances and interventions, in Tanzquartier Wien, ImPulsTanz, Lentos-Museum of Modern Art, Essl Museum, Machfeld Studio, documenta13, Im_flieger, and other (artist run) initiatives. www.cattravelsnotalone.at
Works as a freelance artist in the field of video documentation of performing arts. Besides documenting dance for research projects like Tanztechniken 2010, TANZFONDS ERBE she works closely with various artists and is part of the artistic research group AREAL, based in Berlin. In addition to filming and editing she is advising students in documentation, camera work, and archiving in several dance programs in Germany as well as offering workshops in video/dance and perception.
Is a movement researcher, improviser and musician. She teaches somatics based on Myoreflex therapy and contemporary dance throughout Europe and at the University of Auckland. Her artistic and acedemic interests are the development of somatic practices, and the decision-making processes in improvisation from a cognitive viewpoint. Kerstin founded the IDOCDE network in 2011, and she heads subsequent projects since – out of the wish to collaborate with other dancers and teachers, and to make contemporary dance and its mediation visible.
Friederike Lampert, PhD
Is a dance researcher, dance teacher, and choreographer. She is working in the field of dance transmission at K3-Zentrum für Choreographie Tanzplan Hamburg, leading the K3-Youth Club since 2007. Besides teaching theory and practice of dance at Universities and schools, she has been working as research fellow for several research projects such as the Palucca Hochschule for Dance Dresden, Codarts- University for Dance, Rotterdam, and Tanzplan Deutschland.
Is a freelance dance artist, teacher, researcher and shiatsu practitioner. She is currently leading a research on poetic, polyphonic, and live documentation. She recently completed the post-master program at a.pass, Brussels (BE). Anouk is in long-term collaboration with trans-disciplinary artist Julien Bruneau. She is guest teacher at KASK (BE), Contredanse (BE), Charleroi Danse (BE), Laban Center and Independent Dance (UK), ImPulsTanz (AU), La menagerie de verre (FR).
Is a contemporary dancer, teacher and lecturer currently directing the dance department in North Karelia College, Outokumpu, Finland. She graduated from the MA program of Contemporary Dance Pedagogy in University of Music and Performing Arts Frankfurt am Main and continues to work internationally in Europe, Asia and North America. She is in the Axis Syllabus teacher certification process. Besides dancing, she also practices and teaches yoga. She is one of the representatives of dance in the Art Council of Finland.
Works in the Media Department at Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences. He is connected to the Tanzplattform Rhein-Main Frankfurt/Germany. In the dance research project Motion Bank he was coordinator for the Piecemaker development. He is the technology coordinator for IDOCDE and researcher in the REFLEX Europe project.
MIND THE DANCE is a publication of REFLEX Europe, which is a 3 year EU-project co-financed by Erasmus+ and 8 European partners. It builds upon the IDOCDE.net platform.
REFLEX Europe Project Team
Lieve De Pourcq
Bertha Bermúdez Pascual
Bertha Bermúdez Pascual
Design and Concept
Special Thanks to Our Collaborators
Andreas Barth, Elodie Bernard, Katharina Binder, Kerstin Evert, Tatiana Galleau, Çimen Güldöker, Janka Vámos, Sanne Liebregts, Zoltán Nagy, Gabriele Parapatits, Anikó Rácz, Marie Roche, Rio Rutzinger, Marianne Tournon, Mareike Uhl, Marieke van Bueren.
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ElimSende Istanbul, Turkey
ICK Amsterdam International Choreographic arts Centre, Netherlands
K3 – Zentrum für Choreographie | Tanzplan Hamburg, Germany
Le Pacifique | CDC Grenoble, France
North Karelia College Outokumpu, Finland
SíN Arts Centre Budapest, Hungary
Tanzplattform Rhein-Main Frankfurt, Germany
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