From The Hague to Hong Kong and from Chile to Indonesia, a lot of bodies came out on the street to reclaim their ownership and right to express themselves in any self-chosen way.
Four dancers of different generations share their experiences with dancing TWO: Barbara Meneses who performed it with Emio Greco in the early 2000s, Suzan Tunca and Vincent Colomes who danced it together in the decade after that, and Edward Lloyd – dancer of the present generation working at ICK. Did their experiences change over time.
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.
Since 17 years, photographer Ruben Timman portrays people from all around the world to capture the beauty of Humanity. He and his camera made a stop in Amsterdam Nieuw-West, the homebase of ICK. While he made the portraits, we asked the Nieuw – West citizens what ‘The body in Revolt’ means for them.
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 not only...