WOrkshop Adrien OUAKI
7 SEPT | 3PM - 5PM
Linotip, Independent Choreographic Centre
Ion Brezoianu nr 23-25
Free admission based on registration
Adrien Ouaki is the winner of the last edition of Bucharest International Dance Film Festival. His powerful and emotional aesthetics combine dashing choreography with a cinematographic approach. The workshop introduces the participants to his technique and method of working with movement through exercises, improvisation and choreographies. Fluidly shifting from vertical to horizontal, Adrien will offer a glimpse of his creative vocabulary.
BIO Adrien Ouaki
Adrien Ouaki studied at the International Dance Academy in Paris, graduating at the age of 21. He perfected his knowledge of contemporary dance by participating in workshops with choreographers such as Hofesh Shechter, Wim Vandekeybus, Ohad Naharin and Crystal Pite.
For 2 months he has studied intensive Kung Fu arts in China. In recent years he has worked for several companies and production houses in France and abroad as: “1789” (by Giuliano Peparini), Ezio Schiavulli’s Company, Théâtre du Châtelet in Paris with Raphael Boitel, at the Dutch National Opera with Itzik Galili and in Belgium during Franco Dragone & Giuliano Peparini's latest project "Casse Noisette" & “Bô” in Paris.
He is passionate about film and directed his own short films: “Dust Of Life”, “Contact”, “The Line” and his latest "Wild" which will be welcomed at many festivals around the world: San Francisco, Chile, London, Lisbon , Finland, Spain, Greece and Bucharest. “The Line” was awarded Best Film at the Bucharest International Dance Film Festival and “Wild” received the award for Best Choreography at the Utah Dance Film Festival.
- The workshop is addressed to intermediate and advance level dancers and actors;
- In order to participate send an email expressing your interest to participate at email@example.com with the subject line: “Workshop Adrien Ouaki”;
- The number of participants in limited so send your intention to participate as soon as possible and no later than 31 of August.