Mr. Giugni explains the prime rules of the workshop.
First, nothing is 'wrong'. There is only discovery.
Secondly. Explore form and movement and allow
for the movement to flow 'naturally' or try to leave your preconceptions
of outcome at the door.
Objects were placed on the floor, but soon the
group started to scavenge items from around the room.
made out of cloth from another workshop group.
a spare shoe and even the
bag that the workshop materials were transported in got used.
Movement was next. It's
hard to grasp now how this character and its 'boat' moved together
in a cutting see-saw glide.
slid and others tried to walk.
were 'pseudo wheeled' that drug odd sleds.
were then asked to use a character that was not yours and see
if you could get new movement from it.
Scissor character redone.
becoming a workout. It was also the most done and redone character
of the workshop.
views of the plastic bag snake with two different operators.
there were only 3 hours to enjoy the creation and manipulation
of these characters. So much more was being learned as time ran
out - as when children play extra hard because they know there
is only a few minutes left in recess.
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