A participatory audio guided choreography for urban or rural parks, woodlands and green spaces.
Participants gather in a park or woodland, wearing headphones, they are guided via an audio track into a physical, poetic and immersive outdoor experience that invites them to connect to green spaces, trees and other people, from an embodied and ecological perspective. It creates a ritual of ecological and social interconnectivity in a period of climate, health and social connectivity crisis.
A series of solo and collaborative movement tasks unfold via a poetic narration, inviting you to intimately immerse yourself within the surroundings, be playful with found natural materials and interact with the group. After an initial solo journey to connect with oneself and the space, the group gathers to interact with each other with found branches and create sculptural formations.
The work integrates choreography with poetry, research into tree ecology and Land Art processes.
The audio piece tours without the artist, and it is extremely adaptable to changing covid restrictions & various spaces. See info pack attached for full details.
photos: Tanja Meißner _Badischer Kunstverein