Choreographic Process with Annie Lok

Wednesday 25th January 2017 in PR-SC-G03 Surrey Club big hall, 3-6pm

The studio will be accessible from 2.30pm if people would like to come and warm-up.

Photograph by Rocio Chacon

Photograph by Rocio Chacon

The session draws on Annie’s continuing work and training in Contact Improvisation, Improvisation, Release-based technique and Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy and her work as a contemporary dance maker (choreographer and performer) for the last 20 years. Dialogues around the politics of health will underpin explorations around her choreographic process and her most recent work Metaphors We Live By.
Some time will be spent focussing on tuning awareness to sensations to help develop connectivity between thinking, feeling and seeing. Looking inward and outward and exploring the relationship between these perceptions with consideration of the private body and the body in public or in ‘performance’.

 

The session will include elements of experiential anatomy and involve some touch and simple partnering work designed to activate reflective and critical dialogue with our bodies in movement.

 

 

Annie Pui Ling Lok

Trained in dance and visual arts, Annie has been working for the last 19 years as an independent choreographer, performer and teacher in the UK and abroad.

She has worked for Matteo Fargion, Siobhan Davies Dance, Les Ballets C de la B and has been a Resident Artist at Greenwich Dance since 2012.

Annie has choreographed over 26 works with professional and non-professional performers; commissions include Beijing Dance Academy (China) Hogeschool Antwerpen (Belgium) CentroCentroCibeles and La Abadia (Madrid) South East Dance and The Place Dance4Camera (UK).

Annie is currently teaching at The Place and Roehampton University on the MA, PG and undergraduate programmes.

She is also a certified biodynamic craniosacral therapist treating clients on a one to one basis.

Photography by Rachel Cherry

Photography by Rachel Cherry

 

 

 

Presented by the Creative Process Research Unit and the Department of Dance.

Contact Caroline Lofthouse

 

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