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Batyah Schachter

Sensation to Memory

Friday
16:00 - 17:30
CATEGORY
FORMAT (workshop / performance / talk etc.
LOCATION
EVENT DESCRIPTION

From body sensation into movement inspired by memory. A journey from movement guided by body based imagery into searching for the gesture and dance of the memory within. Turning our attention to sensation and movement, we are led into a space where new uncensored movement is discovered full of information and revelations. With this inner context we will dance our way between the collective memory and the individual one.

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Batyah Schachter

Sensation to Memory

Sunday
11:00 - 12:30
CATEGORY
FORMAT (workshop / performance / talk etc.
LOCATION
EVENT DESCRIPTION

From body sensation into movement inspired by memory. A journey from movement guided by body based imagery into searching for the gesture and dance of the memory within. Turning our attention to sensation and movement, we are led into a space where new uncensored movement is discovered full of information and revelations. With this inner context we will dance our way between the collective memory and the individual one.

EVENT DESCRIPTION

Batyah Schachter - Dancer/choreographer. Graduated the SNDO, Amsterdam (1989). Collaborated with Musicians and dancers in improvisation performances and created solo work. Performed in Israel, Europe and the USA. Faculty member of the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance. An authorized Continuum Movement Teacher. A doctorate student at The Hebrew University, researching movement representations in the Ancient Near East. Her papers on the subject have been published in Europe and Israel.

EVENT DESCRIPTION

Batyah Schachter - Dancer/choreographer. Graduated the SNDO, Amsterdam (1989). Collaborated with Musicians and dancers in improvisation performances and created solo work. Performed in Israel, Europe and the USA. Faculty member of the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance. An authorized Continuum Movement Teacher. A doctorate student at The Hebrew University, researching movement representations in the Ancient Near East. Her papers on the subject have been published in Europe and Israel.