Gendered movement runs through all layers of society. From how we sit and walk to how we enter a room and how we have been taught at our different dance educations depending on what gender we have been read as.
Queer and transpolitical aesthetics challenge these movement norms and asks questions around their naturality, by examining them, use them in a mix, exaggerate them or by letting them decay completely.
During the week we will go through different methods to discover, unlearn, and relearn gendered movement which we actively and passively have worn through life as performing folk. The classes will challenge the norms we work in as gendered people and wishes to create a safer space with room for searching and playing, but also for reflection and for stopping up.
We encourage you to continue looking after yourself & each other and arrive to practice with a valid corona pass.