• From...To...

    21 giugno – 23 giugno 2018

  • Place

    Palestra Scuola Renaldini – Sirolo

  • Teacher

    Javier Cura

  • Available places

    16 allievi

This workshop is open to people of all experiences, interested in the process of physical creation as a path of knowledge, healing, communication and personal enrichment.

The word in the body

Our experience is written as a memory in the body. The imagination, which is linked to this memory, can therefore be fed by the body.


Through the infinite play of our geometries and postures, our dynamics and physical and spatial relationships, we will give voice to the different facets that are in us to compose with him characters and his energetic qualities. This will allow us to make them available to create texts or a fabric of stories and situations.


Starting from the study of the essential movements for our body, we will pass to their application in the construction of the characters, to discover all the elements that compose them. In the end we will have at our disposal multiple tools for an intimate and real construction for our work as actors.


Javier Cura

He is an Argentine-American multidisciplinary artist based in Berlin. After completing a Masters in Modern Literature at the University of Buenos Aires, he devoted himself to the figurative arts, creating several exhibitions of objects and sculptures. He continued to develop his shadow theater company, and since then he has performed, directed and created dance and theater shows on numerous continents.

He has taught physical theater, contact tango and international contact improvisation, including the Fabrik Potsdam Dance Theater festival, Freiburg Contact Festival, and Phantastango Tango Festival, in Germany; the ZIP Contact Impro Festival, in Italy, the Alchemie Tango Festival in Prague, and the West Coast Contact Impro Festival in San Francisco (United States).

His latest work, which mixes tango and contact in a context of physical theater, was presented at the Dance Theater “Farma Festival” in Prague. He also collaborated in a research on expression in the Contact Improvisation at the Berlin Free.