We will shake and laugh. We will do tongue twisters for the body and brain. We will use these seemingly simple tasks to surpass our body habits and explore new and ever changing states, all in a spirit of mindfulness and sharing.
I had the pleasure to be a part of The Corner last year and I’m excited to see how it continues to grow. It really is a unique residency in a beautiful part of the world. Laurie Young
Laurie Young is a Canadian dancer and choreographer based in Berlin. She began working as a company member with Sasha Waltz in 1996 and continues as a guest. Laurie was an ensemble member of Schaubühne am Lehniner Platz between 2000-2003 and has worked internationally with such choreographers as Meg Stuart, Benoit Lachambre, Eszter Salamon, Animal Farm Collective and Grayson Millwood. Her choreographies include Natural Habitat (2011) which premiered in the Natural History Museum Berlin and How is Now in the Sophiensaele (2014). She recently premiered her piece Korinna und Jörg which is being turned into a film documentary. The film traces the last 25 years of dance history in Berlin through the eyes of two East Berlin dance fans.
Laurie is currently a fellow of the Volkswagen Institute of “Arts and Science in Motion” in affiliation with the University of Freiburg.
Photo: Raphael Dao