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summer | main event

running from the 1st to the 28th of july 2024

© julie maimiti pepin

b12 summer main event


location: eden***** studios


Yasmin Frione


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360° body

360° Body - Acrobatic Floorwork. In this workshop, we will develop tools to think the body towards the 360 degree. Essential fundamentals from contemporary dance are addressed, as well as other movement techniques, to have a solid and broad base for the body mapping territory. Several acrobatic techniques are used to approach different workflows, exploring our experiences and integrating multiple directions on different levels, based on the fusion of movement and the acrobatic universe. Practice has its own physical and technical focus, while, simultaneously, we dig into the exploration based on various guidelines, in order to achieve the best states from the creativity of the improvisation. Weights, tones, extensions, qualities, levels, and rhythms will be our basis for research. We will focus our work on individual and group processes, with both areas helping us to generate a cool space to explore and share ideas. The goal will be on how, what, and why we record our performance. we are going to go through a tunnel towards the stage state, unlocking blockers, and enhancing the essential dance within each individual.

please be aware of our early bird special offer for this workshop! you can apply for this offer up until the 24th of march 2024. after the 24th the regular workshop fee applies. applications are accepted up until one day before the workshops starts.

Yasmin is a dancer, choreographer, acrobat, and teacher born in Buenos Aires. She graduated from the Arte XXI Contemporary Dance School. She was a dancer of the Ballet Junior de Geneve, where she performed repertoire by choreographers such as Hofesh Shechter, Maguy Marin, Rachid Ouramdane, Thomas Hauert, Olivier Dubois, among others. She was a full-time dancer with the National Dance UNSAM Company and the Araiz Company, both directed by choreographer Oscar Araiz, in Argentina. She worked with the Swiss Company Alias, with which she toured works by Guillerme Botelho. she won a prize at the International Focus of Contemporary Dance with the Korean Company Bora Kim, She collaborated with the choreographer Mia Habbib at the Danse Élargie in Paris, and she did an internship with Grupo Corpo from Brazil, among other experiences. As a choreographer, she founded the SYSTEM Company, with which she created three pieces of the scenic trilogy, Sistemas de Fuga. The group has performed extensively in Argentina and neighboring countries. She has also been creating her own solo dance work. She directs the dance school Acuña in Buenos Aires, and is also a guest teacher at the circus school El Club de la Mortal. Yasmin currently works as a freelance dancer, researching motion, acrobatics, and interdisciplinary scenes. Furthermore she tours her Body in 360° - Acrobatic Floorwork workshop at festivals in Latin America and Europe, and she performs her own stage work.



SYSTEM is a company founded by Yasmin Iriel Frione, in 2019, with a talented group of performers. over the last five years, the project has developed various stage pieces, including the trilogy Sistemas de Fuga, and the SYSTEM research training project. Currently, based in Buenos Aires, the company has toured extensively across the country, in neighbouring countries, and in Europe. it has been company resident in different associations and, thanks to several state supports, has performed countless times at festivals and theatres. SYSTEM carries out a physical research based on the mixture of contemporary dance with acrobatic and theatre elements. It is focused on the principles of the deterritorialisation of the body, ways of escaping from a body influenced and affected by certain social and cultural patterns, and the idea of finding a reterritorialisation in new forms, by constructing something more pleasant and recovering a linking approach. Between the participants, with the audience, playing a lot with the thin line between what happens inside and outside the scene. For more information, you can visit the website.



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