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Kindergarten

During the first years of life, the body moves instinctively, free of prejudices, despite being about to be burdened with (im) positions. In the construction of the affective bond between the small and the adult, the interactions between the two are fundamental. That is why we set ourselves as goals to experience in family and work with nursery schools in long-term projects. Observing the groups of children, as it is their game, to see what we can offer from the language of the body and the movement.

 

Primary School

Bodies that are and at the same time are (within the classroom), bodies that learn (from other bodies), bodies that move (without being aware of them). Bodies that get bored despite having no room for time to feel (if any). If the exceptional place of dance is freedom, working to have an available body will be one of the main objectives of this educational stage. That is why we want to focus on the consciousness of the body, its presence, its own movements and those of others. A work with gravity, suspension and the various qualities of attention.

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Secondary School

Deconstruct the architecture of the bodies: what are the limits of what can be done and what can not be done in a secondary school? We believe that every pedagogical practice is crossed by the body, and that it is key to introduce performativity into learning processes. That is why we propose to unlearn the body of the imposed social burdens, freeing the knowledge that has been constrained. We want to draw attention to the voices that speak and those who do not speak, to experiment with the movement, to re-locate the experience in the classroom from a joint work with students, teachers and a creator / to contemporary

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Teachers and artistic mediation

Presenting themselves differently than usual or working with other narratives in the classroom are some of the processes of transfer that can be given between the scenic and pedagogical practice. The lines of work that interest us to research incorporate devices and methodologies close to contemporary creation, a constant dialogue between presence, body and thought. We want to share a group dimension that does not only happen with the word but also the game, the vibration, the look. We want to establish relationships between peers to build community and share teaching practices. Leave out of class. Recover other spaces of the city and the neighborhood as learning places. Go together, together, to see how the artists work. Decide between all of us what we want to do.

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