Eva Klimáčková


Dancer, choreographer and teacher born in Slovakia, she studied at the Academy of performing Arts in Bratislava. Afterwards she moved to Paris, where she lives since 2001 and studied Body Mind Centering. She participated in divers projects, in collaboration with other dancers, musicians, visual artists, actors, circus artists and choreographers in the following countries: in Slovakia (Anna Sedlackova, Studio tanca, Milan Kozanek, Kata Mojzisova, Marta Polakova...), in Czech rep. (co. Dejadonné, co. Duwadance), in France (Kubilai Khan Investigations, Laurent Goldring, Faustin Linyekula, co Petite Fabrique...), in Belgium (co. Dame de Pic – Karine Ponties, David Hernandez, Lise Duclaux) ...

She teaches in Paris (Ménagerie de verre, Canaldanse), in Grenoble (Le Pacifique – CDC), in CESMD de Poitou-Charentes, in Brussels (Espace catastrophe, Lasterstudio), in Prague (ProArt, Dot 504, Druna), in Slovakia (Elledanse, National conservatory, Lab1), in Vietnam (National conservatory), in Latvia (University of Riga), in Congo (Studio Kabako)...

In 2007 she founded the company E7KA and created following performances: Alzbeta Hlucha (2007), Alzbeta (2008), Ivanuska (2009), Touch.ed (2011), MOVE / (2013), Ouvrir le temps (2016) and  PURE (2017) presented in France, Belgium, Slovakia, Czech republic, Slovenia, Germany, Latvia and Hong Kong.

www.e7ka.com /  cie.e7ka@gmail.com

ProART Festival 2018

Brno, 16. - 21. 7.

Improvisation - Composition

As an introduction for the class we will experiment different body qualities through Body Mind Centering. Supported by this sensorial work we will explore and profound the practice of improvisation and composition through divers aspects:

Physical research (various coordination possibilities of body)                                                    

  • Dynamics and qualities
  • Space
  • Time
  • and Listening in the improvisation… always in a playful way, working alone, with a partner or in the group.

Association, dissociation, repetition, accumulation, torsion, distortion, silence, sensation, listening, control, abandon, rupture, apparition, destruction, surprise, compose, decompose, transform, insist, dislocate, letting go…  We will experience these and other tools to make our improvisation more riche. My interest is also to offer space to perceive and to transform, in a poetical way, the free associations which appears while we are dancing.