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The Feedback Method/ DasArts for dance and related performance arts/ ΜΑΝΩΛΗΣ ΤΣΙΠΟΣ/ 25-30 ΣΕΠΤΕΜΒΡΙΟΥ 2016, ΣΤΕΓΗ ΧΟΡΟΥ ΛΕΥΚΩΣΙΑΣ (ΔΗΛΩΣΕΙΣ ΕΝΔΙΑΦΕΡΟΝΤΟΣ ΜΕΧΡΙ ΤΕΛΟΣ ΜΑΡΤΙΟΥ)

DasArts Feedback Session

Εργαστήρι The Feedback Method/ DasArts
for dance and related performance arts

Μανώλης Τσίπος

25-30 Σεπτεμβρίου 2016, Στέγη Χορού Λευκωσίας

Απευθύνεται σε χορευτές, χορογράφους και άτομα από τον χώρο του devised theatre, visual performance artists, ηθοποιούς και σκηνοθέτες.

Όροι και προϋποθέσεις συμμετοχής (μέρες, ώρες, κόστος, προκαταβολή, κλπ):  οι αιτητές /καλλιτέχνες μπορούν να επικοινωνούν με το τηλ. 22 780 960/ 7000 50 35 για να εκδηλώσουν το ενδιαφέρον τους μέχρι 31/3/16. Θα υπάρξει επιλογή όσων ενδιαφέρονται, με βάση τη γραπτή αίτηση τους για συμμετοχή όπου θα αναφέρεται σε συντομία το καλλιτεχνικό βιογραφικό τους, σε συνεργασία του Μανώλη Τσίπου  και επιτροπής που θα καθορίσει το ΔΣ της Στέγης.

The DasArts Feedback Method – how do we share our knowledge and expertise?

The method and its goals 
DasArts’ central aims for those feedback situations are: to empower the artist who is getting feedback on his or her work, to go beyond the pronouncement of judgments, to allow fundamental criticism, to create a sense of (self-) discipline for the sake of precision and clarity, and, last but not least, to increase the enjoyment of giving and receiving feedback.
Collective feedback has to deal with many different views of the work, which somehow all need to be articulated and exchanged within one session. The latter becomes very important when dealing with hybrid, cross-disciplinary artistic practices which are often met in the context of the contemporary performing arts.
Such practices are often hard to be defined and their product to be discussed; DasArts is an educational institution which brings these artistic practices in the foreground of today’s art discourse, also by vigorously implementing this feedback method.
Together with the philosopher Karim Benammar, DasArts first defined the major obstacles which, in a collective setting, often prevent critical exchanges from having a stimulating learning effect.
Manolis Tsipos
He was born in 1979 in Athens. Currently based in Brussels, he works as a choreographer at the Research Studios #2 at P.A.R.T.S. His work (performance/ choreography) has been presented in Greece and abroad. He is founding member of the performance collective Nova Melancholia and of the Institute for Live Arts Research |Π|, both based in Athens. He holds a BA/MA degree on Environmental Sciences. He is a DasArts alumni. He has been the Mentor of the 3rd year students of SNDO in Amsterdam. He occasionally works as performance/dance dramaturge for other artists. As awarded writer of prose and poetry, his hybrid texts have been presented in: Avignon Festival IN, FRASCATI Amsterdam, Greek National Theatre, BIOS, Athens Festival, as organic outcome of his close relation to the contemporary performing arts. Texts of his have been published into Greek and French. http://

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