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summer | main event
running from the 1st to the 30th of july 2023

© daniel dömölky

b12 summer main event


location: eden***** studios


guy nader



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The falling and rolling workshop is based on physical and powerful floor work in which many movement patterns involving breathing, speed and release of energy through the body are put to use. By entering and leaving the ground, we will be activating our relationship between our point of centre and our limbs, and how this combination works in relation to the floor. We will focus on our bone structure and study the use of spirals in order to understand and improve our efficiency, and to heighten our perception and physical awareness. We will study various ways to fall and roll in multiple directions, to drop and lift in a smooth and yet efficient way, by activating spirals from a low and strong physical centre. By exploring various movement possibilities, we will create sequences which exist on many physical levels and plains. We will also investigate the anatomy of the locomotor system, in order to re-allocate our energy and conserve it in a way that enables us to work more efficiently. We will search the body for weight, flexibility and strength through the exploration of multiple energy levels to understand the breadth of our limitations.

please be aware of our early bird special offer for this workshop! you can apply for this offer up until the 24th of march 2023. after the 24th the regular workshop fee applies. applications are accepted up until one day before the workshops starts.

Guy Nader is originally from Lebanon and first attended the Lebanese University in Beirut, obtaining a BA in theatre from the arts department. After having co-founded the ensemble GN|MC with fellow dancer and choreographer, Maria Campos, in Barcelona, the city quickly became the base from which he launched his career. GN|MC continues to co-create and receive commissions from prestigious international companies, such as tanzmainz in Germany, En-Knap-Group in Slovenia, Tanztheater Braunschweig in Germany, Xie Xin Dance Theatre company in China, amongst others. gn|mc was awarded the barcelona city prize city 2019. In 2017 GN|MC was awarded the National German Prize Der Faust for their creation Fall Seven Times. Guy Nader’s solo where the things hide also received the first prize in 2010 at 15Masdanza in Gran Canarias. Their creation Set Of Sets also earned accolades after winning two different categories, Best Performance and Best Choreography at the prestigious Premis de la Crítica in Catalunya 2018 and in 2021 best choreography with Made Of Space. Alongside his work as dancer and choreographer, Guy regularly teaches workshops and classes at professional studios and international schools and festivals, including HJS in amsterdam, b12 festival in Berlin, Zagreb Dance Academy in Croatia, La Caldera and Institut del Teatre in Barcelona, amongst others. His choreographic work continues to find exposure through international festivals and venues around the globe.


gn|mc guy nader | maria campos

GN|MC Guy Nader | Maria Campos is an independent ensemble based in Barcelona, Spain. The Lebanese and Spanish artists have been collaborating together since 2006, their works have been shown in various festivals and venues around the world. GN|MC have been invited as guest choreographers to create for different companies, such as EnKnapGroup in Slovenia, Eva Duda Dance Company/Movein Mission in Hungary, Tanzmainz company in Germany and XieXin Dance Theatre in Shanghai, China. GN|MC has been awarded the German theatre prize DER FAUST in 2017 for their work FALL SEVEN TIMES, created with Tanzmainz, Staatstheater Mainz in Germany and GN|MC received Prize City of Barcelona in 2019. GN|MC Guy Nader | Maria Campos have been developing their own artistic language through movement and constantly redefining themselves while searching for a common ground in their individual approach to dance. Both look for a high demanding physicality aiming to push the body to its limits. Seeking for strength and delicacy in movement, they allow a whole spectrum of imagery to rise, discovering and providing an endless body landscape. Together they have found a common interest in partnering work, where they experiment new ways of approaching the relation between two or more bodies, developing strategies and tasks, in order to provide the body with a distinct image and perception.



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