Departing from different fields -such as performing arts, cultural studies, anthropology, dance composition and performance – we share a common understanding of bodily practice as a cultural material that transgresses the limits of our disciplines; at the same time, we consider "shared-movement sessions" to be a cultural-artistic practice that carves pathways between our own theoretical milieus and leads to meeting points with others. Our work is based on research and includes the process of collaboration in our artistic practices.
Around movement, inside us, between us, and in our common spaces.
A summary clip of our Research-Practice Day “Bodily Practices and Techniques in Iran”, MSH-Paris Nord
performance in collaboration with Louis-Dardenne professional Highschool , Vanves, France
Réalisation ciné-ethnographique du projet DaPoPa®