S09+S16 / Re:Wire

Nina Martin, Andrew Wass

In the frame of Sommer Tanz 2016

All information about the workshops see S09 and S16


Nina Martin’s choreographic and improvisational work (Improvography) has been performed in Finland, Ireland, Italy, Austria, Venezuela, and the US including 17 years presenting her work while living in New York. Her choreography has received support from numerous sources including New York State Commission on the Arts, the Jerome Foundation, and seven choreography fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts. Recently, she has received two Tommy’s (San Diego), an Irvine Foundation California Dancemaker Grant and collaborated with Shelley Senter and taught in Japan. Her work has been influenced by Elaine Summers, Mary Overlie, Trisha Brown, and Steve Paxton among other Post-Modern greats. Nina has performed with David Gordon Pick Up Company, Martha Clarke, Deborah Hay, and Simone Forti as well as being a founding member of Channel Z in New York. (see Sharing the Dance; Cynthia Novack.) Presently, Martin carves out a new dance destination in the wild west in Marfa, Texas. She is co-founder of the Lower Left Collective.

Andrew Wass, a graduate of the SODA program at the HZT in Berlin, has been studying Contact Improvisation, Performance, and dance for the past 17 years, and shown his work in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Seattle, New York, Berlin, and Tijuana. He has taught at festivals and universities in Japan, the United States, and Germany. An avid performer, he has been fortunate to perform in work by Nancy Stark Smith, Jess Curtis, Nina Martin, Mary Overlie, among others.
Möckernstr. 68, 10965 Berlin

Please note: also runs Fri 29.7. 12:00 - 15:00 (in Studio 1)
Combination booking S09+S16

Prices 150 € ( 130 € * )
* Early Bird Price: Applies on arrival of the full workshop fee on our account by 07.07.2016
Photo: Susan Simmons