PERFORMING ARTS WORKSHOP


Workshop lead by Paweł Korbus.

Performer – Dancer – Reacts – Improvises
Performer – Dancer – Worrior – Freak
Performer – a man who Acts
Performer – Dancer who Feels

Performer is a paradoxical part of the reality, in the interaction with the outside world, he is a trickster, he touches and sees the world, he does not inhibit his feelings, he gives himself up to his own impulses, he lasts, he dances, he reacts, he goes out to meet the coincidence, against the rules, he is a lasting point in the cycle of creation and destruction; beautiful freak, departs from the rules, precipitates with inertia.

Pawel Korbus - awarded performer, sculpturer, visual artist, author of video works and installations, stage and costume designer, visual designer, experienced leader and instructor of theatre and perfomance workshops, actor, member of CHOREA Theatre. He combines techniques of working with body, voice and various media from the field of visual arts. Interested in corporality and body under the influences and pressures of culture, experiences and emotions, mental sphere in a state of uncertainty, the suspension in a situation of conflicting needs and a subject to cultural disciplines. He crosses geographical and social distances. He enters relations and tests his behavior in situations of being a stranger. Korbus is a graduate of Art Education at the Institute of Fine Arts of the Faculty of Art at Maria Skłodowska-Curie University in Lublin, and also a scholarship holder of the Visegrad Artist Residency Program 2016, and Art Scholarship of President of City of Lublin 2017. He performed on many internationals festivals, like: Performance Platform Lublin (Poland, 2009), Performance Month (Berlin, Germany, 2014), Supermarket Independent Art Fair (Stockholm, Sweden), Bruno Schulz Festival (Drohobych, Ukraine), Bedesten Festival (Antioch, Turkey), Forgetting/Remembering Performance Art Meeting (Istanbul, Turkey, 2017).

 

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