Dynamic Equilibrium is a movement workshop, developed by Miles Kearley and Katia Rivera, that brings together elements found in different dance styles to challenge dancers to explore and transform the way they move. Through training, improvisation, partner work and phrasal work the class seeks to build a collective atmosphere. Trial and error are important to this workshop and an ability to learn and observe from others is vital. I don’t go, we go!
* Preparing and training a capable body for physical work: strength, speed, stability, endurance and ﬂexibility.
* Put into place dance dynamics that allow the body to adopt different qualities of movement within a musical and rhythmic consciousness.
* Express movement from a personal place, activating our creative spirit.
Date: 7th & 8th December 2019
Time: 14.00 – 17.00
Cost: £40 for both days (£25 per day)
Venue: St Gregory the Great Catholic School, Cricket Road, Oxford, OX4 3DR
Miles is a UK and Latin America based dancer and choreographer from Oxford, England. He graduated with a B.F.A in Contemporary Dance from ‘The Professional School of Dance, Mazatlan’ in Mexico.
In 2018 he joined the independent dance collective enNingúnLugar where he worked in both artistic and social projects, including their tour through Mexico, Chile, Paraguay, Argentina and Colombia.
He has also worked with choreographers and companies such as Delfos Danza Contemporánea, La Intrusa, Justice in Motion, El Departamento Coreograﬁco, Colectiva Clá and Don Cañalero, performing in international theatres and forums.
In 2017, he won the national scholarship program FONCA from Mexico for the co-founded project ‘One Identity’, where he began developing his ﬁrst professional piece ‘SerTemporal’ and movement workshop, ‘Dynamic Equilibrium’, which he has toured in Mexico and Colombia. He is interested in developing Dynamic Equilibrium further, taking inﬂuence from his experience in Latin America. He is currently continuing his practice in the UK.