ChoreoLab in Rimbun Dahan, Malaysia

I have been invited to lead through this year’s ChoreoLab in Malaysia. Rimbun Dahan - where we have been staying and working - is a most beautiful place and our shared experiences have been deep and rich, thank you all for this !!!




SOUTHEAST ASIAN CHOREOLAB 2018 OPEN SHOWING Thirteen choreographers from Southeast Asia will share the results of choreographic exercises and elements of their experience from the 9-day Choreolab at Rimbun Dahan, facilitated by German choreographer Isabelle Schad with assistance from Claudia Tomasi.
3pm Sunday 1 July, Rimbun Dahan, Km 27 Jalan Kuang, Kuang, Selangor
The Southeast Asian Choreolab is a project by Rimbun Dahan, in partnership with MyDance Alliance and World Dance Alliance Asia-Pacific, supported by Goethe-Institut Malaysia.
Participants:
++ Nguyen Thanh Chung (Vietnam)++ Josh Marcy (Indonesia)++ Lau Beh Chin (Malaysia)++ Noutnapha Soydala (Laos)++ Fitri Anggraini (Indonesia)++ Nicole Primero (Philippines)++ ‘Mee’ Vilasanh Soundala (Laos)++ Nurulakmal Abdul Wahid (Malaysia)++ Vidura Amranand (Thailand)++ Gebbvelle Ray Selga (Philippines)++ Sherli Novalinda (Indonesia)++ Jereh Leung (Singapore)++ Eva Wegener (Sri Lanka/Germany). all pics:I.Schad, all rights reserved.

See online : RimbunDahan

Published 6 July

Workshop with Gorki Exil Theatre

For one week we have been training together at Wiesenburg-Halle, linking warm-ups with profound technics, practicing Zen-Meditation and elements coming from Aikido-Zen, sword training, Shiatsu, as well as observing what gets visible once dualistic concepts are left behind. 4.-8.6. 2018. Pleasent meetings and experiences !!

See online : Gorki Theater

Published 17 June

Unfinished Revolutions, 1.+2.June, Potsdam/Berlin

Naima Ferré has been whirling in front of 150 managers from around the world and together with Claudia Tomasi, Naima, Natalia Wilk and Joske Beckers I have been proposing a Collective Practice for/within all of us and everyone. A wonderful lesson about what it means to be moving oneself in order to move together!!!

1.june: Orangerie Potsdam
2.june: Bolle Berlin-Moabit

We are thrilled to be taking The Performance Theatre to Germany for the first time, a country that has been the birthplace for some of the most profound political, cultural and scientific revolutions of the past half millennium.
The Performance Theatre

See online : The Performance Theatre

Published 17 June

Potsdamer Tanztage

30. Mai, 20:00 | T-Werk
Solo für Lea
Mi 30. + Do 31. Mai 2018, 20:00

Publikumsgespräch: Mi 30. Mai 2018, 21:15 (T-Werk)
Warm Up: Do 31. Mai 2018, 19:00 (T-Werk)

Solo für Lea ist eine Be- gegnung zwischen Isabelle Schad und Lea Moro. Entstanden ist ein sehr per- sönliches, choreografisches Porträt, das faszinierend mit den spezifischen Merkmalen von Moros Körper und dessen Rhythmen, Konturen, Farben und Energien spielt und diese sichtbar macht. Gemeinsam begeben sich die beiden Frauen in Konstellationen des Formens und loten die Beziehungen zwischen Körper, Bewegung, Bild und (Re-)Präsentation aus. Zergliedert und wieder neu organisiert wird der Körper zur bloßen Materialität – zum Medium energetischer Potenziale und Transformationen. An der Schnittstelle von Bildender Kunst und Tanz, Performance und Installation, sinnlicher Erfahrung und Abstraktion spielt das Solo mit Analogien und Form-Aspekten des Kubismus, sowie Picassos Zeichnungen aus einem Strich.

pic: D.Hartwig, all rights reserved

"Eine Studie in Minimalismus, ein physisches Portrait und eine Skulptur in Bewegung ... ein vollendeter Entwurf." (Elena Philipp)

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Published 30 May

Fugen / Solo für Lea: HAU3 and Sophiensaele

We are happy to re-play the pieces Fugen and Solo für Lea again!!!
Both pieces are part of a series of works that I subtitle as portraits and will be shown as Double Bill on the same weekend in HAU Hebbel am Ufer and Sophiensaele Berlin.

Fugues at HAU3
Thursday, 05.04.2018, 19:00
Friday, 06.04.2018, 19:00

Fugues: „...is a complex work that challenges both the choreographer Isabelle Schad and her audience in previously unseen ways. And thus creates opportunities to go beyond borders.“ (Katharina Schmidt)

With Fugues, Berlin choreographer and dancer Isabelle Schad continues her work between musical concepts and their expression in movement. Coming from a music background and a lifelong interest in the polyphonic work of J.S. Bach, she attempts to look at her own (hi)story and the origins of (her) movement between discipline and pleasure. Fugues is an autobiographical work in which the performer’s body serves as an example for the construction of the individual within disciplines and systems one cannot escape from.
pic: L.Goldring, all rights reserved.

Solo for Lea at Sophiensaele Berlin
Saturday, 07.04.2018, 19:30
Sunday, 08.04.2018, 19:30

Solo for Lea: „A study in minimalism, a physical portrait and a sculpture in motion … a sublime draft.“ (Elena Philipp)

Solo for Lea is a meeting between Isabelle Schad and Lea Moro. The work attempts to draw a very personal portrait of Lea Moro, dealing with the specificities of her body, its rhythms, its contours, colours and energies, playing with form-aspects of cubism and Picasso’s drawings in one dash. Together Schad and Moro engage in constellations of forming and disfiguring, in which the body itself becomes the stage: the space, place and matter that is the subject of observation.

See online : HAU

Published 29 March