Eisa Jocson

Camping Workshop

20 > 24.06.22

CN D Pantin
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Eisa Jocson is a contemporary dancer and choreographer from the Philippines. Having trained in classical dance and visual arts, her work has focused on the intersection between body movement and the social conditions of movement. Since Death of the Pole Dancer (2011), a piece inspired by her experience of pole dancing, she has created Macho Dancer (2013), Host (2015) and a series of works that compare the entertainment industry and the lives of Filipino workers, Happyland.

Macho Dancing Workshop
A course on the physical principles of macho dancing based on a syllabus designed through a woman artist’s macho dance practice. Macho Dancing, with its specific movement vocabulary and physicality, is a unique phenomenon in the Philippines. Participants will learn the sensual yet physically demanding vocabulary of macho dance, breaking down its techniques and mannerisms.

Eisa Jocson presents Macho Dancer during this edition of Camping.

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