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Movement for Stress Relief

Embodying Space Workshop

Aim of the Workshop 

This workshop will provide you with new tools and methodology to further explore the relationship between Space – Body – Movement from theory to practice. Working with the body on carefully designed creative tasks will help you achieve: 

– an embodied understanding of architectural experiences, so you can craft spaces that encourage human action and interaction in a more impactful way 

– a deeper connection to your own body and surroundings, so you can pay attention to all the stimuli you receive 

– a more rich creative/ concept design process, expanding on the methodology you already follow – a new mindset and process that’s relevant to the needs and pains of every body, so you can design spaces and experiences which will transform people’s lives 

About Iris 

Iris is a choreographer, part 2 architect, and multidisciplinary performer. Her work focuses on the common threads between movement and architecture, mindfulness, and multisensory experiences. She holds a BA/MArch from the Technical University of Crete and an MFA in Choreography from Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance. 

Bio

Iris is a choreographer, part 2 architect, and multidisciplinary performer. Her work focuses on the common threads between movement and architecture, mindfulness, and multisensory experiences. She holds a BA/MArch from Technical University of Crete and an MFA in Choreography from Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance. 

In 2018, she gave a TEDx talk about her research on the relationship between dance and architecture, and since then she has been collaborating with artists of different backgrounds (composers, computational artists, VR designers, filmmakers, architects) to create live and online participatory experiences. Her work has been presented (among others) at the Royal Academy of Music (UK), Athens Video Dance Festival (GR), Ugly Duck (UK), Stone Nest (UK), John Lyons Theatre (UK) and is supported by Arts Council England.