Breast feeding as choreographic score
Sharp, fiery, provocative: whether designed to overthrow a political regime, promote the artistic avant-garde or blow up patriarchy, the manifesto has been the ideal literary vehicle to bring about revolutionary change. Its enduring appeal lies as much in its expressive impact, its agitprop sexiness as in its declamatory quality. This workshop sets out to ally collective writing with performance for a queer, passionate feast of words.
Peter Pleyer studied at the European Dance Development Centre (EDDC) in Arnhem before working with Yoshiko Chuma and Mark Tompkins as a dancer and choreographic assistant. He has lived in Berlin since 2000. He is teaching internationally and works as choreographer and performer, dramaturge and coach. Founding member of Cranky Bodies a/company. Since the beginning of Stretch-Festival he is teaching contact improvisation, fake healing and other body-art-practices.