TOP, Schillerpromenade 4, 12049 Berlin, Germany
The Smell Lab is teaming up with Neuroscientist and independent performer Anna D’Erico to present one evening of scent and movement explorations in Berlin!
What happens to your body when you smell your favorite odor? And a disgusting one? How your feelings and reactions translate to your body language, do they make you move? Or do you feel stuck? Or, perhaps do you relax and enjoy yourself in stillness?
In this workshop we will use some basic principle techniques of relaxation, respiration and gentle movement to explore our reaction to a scent. We will put odors and movement in dialogue, and everyone could create his own scent-in-move sequence.
Who can participate: everyone.
What to bring: comfortable clothes, socks (if you need) to be able to walk without shoes, and your nose.
When: 9/07/2018 at 19:30
Where: TOP, Schillerpromenade 4, 12049 Berlin, Germany
Free of charge (we will be happy to welcome donations at the door).
About Anna D’Erico:
Anna D’Errico is neuroscientist at the Goethe University of Frankfurt, and independent performer. As performer and dancer she studied several techniques and she practice theatre-dance since 2004 following the theoretical and practical approach of the theater anthropology. She works on brain physiology, and olfaction. Curates the blog on smell and olfaction perfectsenseblog.com
Photo credit: Boris Raux pictured by Klara Ravat during the Scent Hackathon at Mediamatic (produced by the Institute for Art and Olfaction, Medianatic and Smell Lab).