Anton Lachky – PUZZLE WORK

Intensive Wochenendworkshop
SA + SO, 09. + 10.02.2018, 13:00–19:00

Level: ausgebildete Tänzer*innen und forgeschrittene Tanzstudent*innen
Workshopgebühr: 150 / 120€ Early Bird (bis 11.01.19)
Anmeldung: workshops@marameo.de

 

Level: Dancer/ Advanced (Application with a short CV)
Fee: 150 / 120€ Early Bird (until 11.01.19)
Registration: workshops@marameo.de
Number of participant is limited

ABOUT ANTON LACHKY

Born in 1982, Anton started to dance at the age of 5, in the folk dance company Maly Vtácnik. He continued his dance education at the J.L.Bellu Conservatory in Banská Bystrica, where he collaborated with friends and also participated in M.A.P.A. (Moving Academy for Performing Arts). From there he went on to train at the University of Bratislava in 2001, followed by further training at P.A.R.T.S., headed by A. Teresa de Keersmeaker (Belgium).
Anton became member of Akram Khan Company in March 2004 and toured with „MA“ internationally (48 countries all over the world) for two years.
His teaching activities are wide ranging, he has been invited in most of the european countries and has been teaching in Asia and North and South America too.
Anton Lachky is co-founder of Les SlovaKs Dance Collective. They created their first piece „Opening Night“ in 2006 and premiered it in October 2007.
As a choreographer, Anton Lachky created different pieces. „Mind a Gap“ (2013) was his first autonomous creation and it toured all over the world.
As a guest choreographer he made „Softandhard“ – Helsinki City Theater, „Heaven is the place“ – Prague DOT 504, „Perfect Day To Dream“ (which won best choreography of 2012 in Iceland) – Iceland Dance Company, „Kids in a play“ (nominated for the best choreography) – Zagreb, „Sens Interdit“ – Bodhi Project (SEAD), „Magical Road“ – St-Gallen. In 2014 he will create „wonderland“ for the Gottenborg Ballet and choreographies for the Biennale of Venice, and for the Scotish dance theater and more…

PUZZLE WORK

opens the door to an endless variety of different combinations inside of your movement possibilities.
DANCE
And so by playing, organising and reorganising your body simple and complex in many different ways it allows you to keep playfull all the time while dancing. (HOW COLOURFULL YOUR DANCING CAN BE?) Body functions the way we wish or rather allow it to function.
This game of Puzzle Work is a never ending process, never ending game, if we wish or allow it to be. Each body has its BALANCE, LOGIC and its LIMITATIONS.
I feel lucky today to be discovering where my balance is and where my limitations are and how I can transform that and integrate it in my dancing.

MOVEMENT COMBINATIONS
Anton Lachky-Puzzle Work
If I take 6 different numbers compared to the ones of a bike lock – the combination of these 6 figures are endless in different orders and that’s how we keep our bike safe.
DANCING IS NOT THE NUMBER and WE ARE NOT THE BIKE LOCK.
Meaning with 6 different movements, the body game can be endless depending on which movement comes in which order.
How large is the scale of our movement? Thats where ENDLESSNESS steps in. How many possibilities of combination do we have?
As i mentiond before we are not a bike lock and movements are not the numbers so…
UNDER WHAT
speed frame
in which size
what texture
with what inension
In which context
and most importantly with what FEELING do i move
DANCING

DO WE ALL HAVE ACESS TO THE SPEED?
Yes we do.

Who is Puzzle Work for? Any dancer and mover of any category who loves to move wants to discover his physical possibilities, discover his abilities and his own coordination skills.
Dancers who likes to be challenged and are willing to learn more.

Is it only for contemporary dancers?
Absolutly not, its for any dancer who loves a high level of physicallity and challenge (urban dance, ballet, circus,acrobats, gymnasts and any other movement lovers).