Sun, 26 May|
Studio Wayne McGregor - Studio 1
Passing Through Jam in London - 26th May 2019
For the first time in London, Leila McMillan and Luca Braccia will host a Passing Through Jam at Studio Wayne McGregor on 26th May & 30th June 2019 from 2-6pm.
Time & Location
26 May 2019, 14:00 – 18:00
Studio Wayne McGregor - Studio 1, Here East Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London E15 2GW, UK
About The Event
For the first time in London, Leila McMillan and Luca Braccia will host a Passing Through Jam at Studio Wayne McGregor. The first session will be held on the 26th May from 2-6pm. The event is realised in collaboration with Julia Testa.
For safety reasons, these sessions welcome dancers experienced in Passing Through only. All participants must know the various Passing Through systems and rules (learned either directly through David Zambrano or other Passing Through training).
Registration prior is necessary as there's limited capacity.
We will practice, pass through and dance, there will be no teaching and no fee.
Plus live music curated by Domenico Angarano!
These sessions are held from 14:00 to 18:00, starting with 30 minutes of warming up and finishing with 30 minutes of warming down.
Passing Through is an improvisation technique working with Zambrano’s philosophy that movement needs no leader in creation. Specifically working with adaptation, interconnecting with everyone and the room at all times, transforming the environment of the dance. We work to see the room full of pathways – infinite pathways passing through the walls, the floor and the bodies. Thus the passing through is created into a wild spontaneous composition.
Photography by Inga Maren
For more info on Passing Through:
Leila McMillan and BARBERDANCE / lucabraccia&Co. are supported by Studio Wayne McGregor through the FreeSpace Programme. The project is proposed as part of the barter activities for the continuing professional development of the dance community members and FreeSpace artists. It is realised in collaboration with Jasmine Wilson, Director of Learning and Engagement at Studio Wayne McGregor, and Frankie Glace, FreeSpace curator.