Written by Moreno Perna Dance  is a volatile art form: as quickly as it appears on stage, as quickly it disappears without physical traces, and the only thing remaining is the memory in the minds...
We learn nothing from those who say: 'Do as I do'. Our only teachers are those who tell us to 'do with me'. – Gilles Deleuze © Mo Alzoabi At the very beginning of their collaboration, Emio...
Edward Lloyd’s assignments which explore the use of language as a mode of choreography; and a search for embodied ways of writing. Work Travail Arbeid is written as a response to the piece by Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker| Rosas, and the other is a reflection from an evening at a jazz bar.
An article about adapting the Double Skin/Double Mind method to aging bodies.
How beautiful it would be if choreographies could be danced again even after a hundred years. ICK is, therefore, working on a way to ‘archive’ contemporary dance. Not just in order to pass it on to future generations, but also to build bridges with the world outside dance.
Notities over het werk van Emio Greco | Pieter C. Scholten (EG | PC)
In this article, dancer Alejandro Longines explains what Double Skin/Double Mind means to him and how he experiences the method in his daily practice.
In this article, Marieke Buytenhuijs writes about her experience as a dramaturgy apprentice with Emio Greco and Pieter C. Scholten.
After several weeks of both leading and taking part in the Double Skin | Double Mind open classes, I have found that reflecting on the experience is highly valuable in terms of developing...
An article about the breathing archive score by Anouk Llaurens.