SYNASKí programme by COCHLEA res & Georgia Paizi

17.10.21 @ 13:00


As part of this years’ SYNASKí programme, COCHLEA res & Georgia Paizi curate a series of open online conversational scores between 4 or 5 each time teacher/artists, followed by a Q&A.

On Sunday 17th October, the third (and last) meeting takes place on zoom, 1-3pm GMT+3
Meeting ID: 690 985 3355

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These conversational scores attempt a non-linear mapping of the field of somatic practices, highlight the key concepts and tools brought by these practices and investigate language, poetic imagery, translation, experiential anatomy, and touch, as well as how these practices link and relate to each other, their place within contemporary movement education, their therapeutic side, and whether they contribute to a democratisation of making and training and a sense of community versus individuality in a post-capitalistic era.

Giorgos Sioras Deligiannia
Georgia Paizi
Marilena Petridou
Marina Tsartsara
Dimitra Charalampidou

Timos Zechas
Anna Tzakou
Vasiliki Tsagkari
Despina Chatzipavlidou

Zoi Dimitriou
Mariela Nestora
Ioanna Palamidous
Eleni Panitska
Ireni Stamou

SYNASKí investigates the field of somatic practices in education, artistic research and making. SYNASKí includes 105 studio hours, 92 hours of class, 14 different techniques (incl. Alexander Technique, Pilates, Yoga, Axis Sylabus, Rolfing, Antigymnastics, Feldenkrais, SRT, BMC, Franklin, Klein, Authentic Movement, Contemplative Dance Practice, Topf) brought to us 14 different artist/qualified teachers, 4 improvisation jams, 3 open discussions, 1 history & theory session, 1 mentoring session per participant, 1 closing cycle.

Funded by the Greek Ministry of Culture. Supported by Duncan Dance Research Centre Athens.

Collages by Lina Vergopoulou.
Currated by Georgia Paizi &

Georgia Paizi is SNF ARTWORKS Fellow 2021