Annalouise Paul Residency and Workshop
Annalouise Paul creates dance narratives inspired by histories, bodies and an observation of cultures and peoples. She also works closely with digital technologies and somatic practices.
Workshop: Dance DNA draws on somatic ideas to develop unique movement vocabularies from bridging cultural and contemporary dance forms. Dance DNA is a ‘non-scientific’ term used to describe where movement begins in the body, identifying trigger points for initiating visceral movement and sensibilities. Hidden Rhythms refer to the intrinsic ‘character’ of a rhythm that are danced so that inherent qualities are exposed but not necessarily heard.