SCHOOL OF CONSTRUCTIVE DESTRUCTION
... a playground for experiments, imagination & collaboration in social dancing
... an invitation to face & to fight fears
... unSchooling for adults
Pseudo - Tutorials
and Fake - Healings
You want to be a Monster? Good news for you:
You already are. Or - at least - a part of you is.
It's this judging, weird and greedy creature that picks up the most useless fears for you, it scares your friends and pushes you back into your own personal nightmares when you least expect it.
Instead of pretending it's not there:
Allow it to dance to the surface for once and listen to its desires and fears, the sounds that may come out of it, see how ugly, how embarrassing or funny it can get.
Don't be scary. Just try to be. Invite the darkness to do the rest.
If people laugh or leave - don't take it personal. We are educated to react like that.
They probably wonder why they never gave it a try themselves.
Or they prefer to go on pretending to be clean.
If you can encourage somebody to stay in the trouble for a deep dance -
everybody wins. Staying in the trouble has become an issue of responsibility in these precarious times of anxiety - whether you consider yourself an artist or not.
Make-Up and Assistance: Marlee Weinberg
Meet: Boba. (Not Beppo)
Another dog teacher made me destroy my plan so I could stick to my vision.
The plan was to collect random solo poses.
What happend was kind of a private lesson in communication.
Light tech: Simon Sajusch
Thank You Schlachthof WI!
How to skip the early morning cigarette: Find yourself a proper environment and meditate for a while.
Fake-Healing Studio Practice 12.1 - 12.3
You will not be able to walk with confidence and ease if you don't know how to let go of control and regain it.
Song: Melody X stolen from Bonaparte featuring Early Birds
It's easy. Just fall in love with music, everytime you'll try to fall asleep, that's what happens.
Guitar and Vocals: Rudi Feuerbach
Don't close your eyes and follow your heart unless you are ready to look like a fool to your loved ones.
Assistance: Guillaume Berthot
Costume: Dana Mikelson