NEWS / 2019
TÉCNICAS DE MOVIMIENTO
Técnicas de Movimiento (Movement Techniques) is a platform that specializes on training for the stage performer. (Dancers, Physical Actors and Circus Artists).
Since its ignition in 2009, it has exposed several methodologies, techniques and personal speeches of corporal pedagogy, establishing like this a solid constant professional project for those artists that are interested in broadening their technical, body and movement capabilities, significantly boosting individual work and providing them with tools that may re-signify the scenic phenomenon in our country.
The founding members and directors Francisco Córdova, Master in Stage Direction Theater/Dance (Institut del Teatre) Barcelona, Bachelor’s Degree in Contemporary Dance (ENDCC) Director of ATLAS Festival, and Beto Pérez, Educator at ENDCC, BFA (Universidad Veracruzana) Co-director of ATLAS Festival, have developed multiple programs and platforms for body practice, with the purpose of focusing and creating spaces for an active reflection such as labs, workshops and seminars, to professionalize training processes that derive in more convincing scenic works and be reflected on the scenic tasks of each creator.
Within its main objectives, the platform of Técnicas de Movimiento is divided into 3 modules:
(1. RESIDENTS, 2. GUEST-ASSOCIATES, 3. SPECIAL EVENTS AND GUESTS), it is focused on spreading and promoting the academic work of various artists that are immerse in the field of body pedagogy, linking though this platform the work of body specialists with Latin American performers and scenic creators. This is a task that speaks for itself, and finds within this work of research-transmission one of the main purposes to preserve for future projects. Técnicas de Movimiento creates a virtual forum to showcase exclusively the work of Latin American creators who are constantly researching on pedagogical processes.
Over ten years of uninterrupted work, several creators have participated in this project, such as: Edward Tamayo (La Cerda / Colombia), Aladino R. Blanca, (Inside the Body) Angel Rosas (Ensamble Rosas Govaerts), Camilo Chapela (Club Guy and Roni & Quasar / Mexico-Brazil), Sonia Rodríguez (Lanonima Imperial / Spain), Anca Huma (Germany), Ana Paula Ricalde (BIPO.BIPO), Mijail Rojas (Pulso Cia de Danza /Cuba), Jaciel Neri (Moving Borders/Mexico), Luis Vallejo (Crónico/Mexico), Marko Fonseca (Los InNato/Costa Rica); Adrian Arriaga/ Estefani Dondi/ Diego Alvarez Sanou (Colectivo Cla/ Costa Rica), Raul Martinez (VAYA), Claudia Lavista (EPDM /Delfos / Mexico), Ángel Arambula (Lux Boreal/Mexico), Alfonso López Aguilar (Duela-Cemento/Mexico), Citlalli Ávalos (CA/Mexico), Vladimir Rodriguez (Cortocinesis/Colombia), Paola Madrid (Movement Research/Mexico), Shantí Vera/ Sendic Vázquez (Cuatro x Cuatro/Mexico), Luis Rubio (enningunlugar/Mexico), Erik Elizondo (EE), Karen de Luna (Proyecto al Margen/Mexico), Omar Carrum (Contiuum/Mexico). Beto Pérez (Proyecto Ítaca) & Francisco Córdova (Physical Momentum): platform residents.
Técnicas de Movimiento has expanded itself to several countries, mainly ibero-american, over the course of ten years. This platform has been internationalized through the creation of links with stage performers and international educators, widening the array of possibilities towards alternative apexes for the consolidation of bridges and networks of artistic communication between Europe, Asia and Latin America.
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