In the frame of Open Spaces/Sommer Tanz 2017
Jeremy’s teaching is influenced by Barbara Mahler and Susan Klein, and more recent years of studies in Alexander Technique®, Body-Mind Centering® and Feldenkrais Method. It focusses on integrating investigation and alignment work into contemporary technique. This includes hands-on work in partners leading into improvisation and phrases of set movement that involve moving more boldly and dynamically.
Jeremy Nelson, Associate Professor in Tisch School of the Arts at New York University, is a dancer/choreographer and former member of the Siobhan Davies Dancers and Second Stride Dance companies in London, and Stephen Petronio Dance Company in New York. He has also danced in the work of Mia Lawrence, David Zambrano, Susan Rethorst, Luis Lara Malvacias, and in his own work, and with improviser Kirstie Simson. He received a New York Dance and performance Bessie Award for outstanding performance in 1991 and a Guggenheim Fellowship for choreography in 2004. From 2009- 2015, he served as the director of dance education department of the Danish National School of Performing Arts. He is a faculty member of Movement Research in New York and over the past more than 35 years has taught classes/workshops in over 30 countries at venues including a.o. American Dance Festival, ImPulsTanz, P.A.R.T.S., and the Sasha Waltz Company.