In MOVIMIENTO CONSTANTE, we have started a quest. Our movement practices link several dance techniques and languages. We are driven not only by the wish to share this, but also by our interest in the peculiarities of movement within various cultures - the traces of identity that can be seen through each person and their way of conceiving the world and the body.
These quests have taken us to many cities and provinces within Argentina and also many countries of the world (Chile, Bolivia, Uruguay, Peru, Colombia, Costa Rica, Spain, France, Ireland, Austria) and the UK.
We think it is fundamental for us movement researchers to keep questioning and expanding our experiences in order to share and take part in processes.
This workshop aims to approach both the concepts of space and time related to movement and the possibilities that emerge when they are combined with our own body language.
Our body's possibilities are endless.
. Finding efficient and instant ways to enter the CONSTANT MOVEMENT state.
. Awakening the memory of what has lived and lives within us.
. Being autodidact.
. Promoting trust as an action engine (with self, each other and the group). . Approaching movement from different techniques and languages.
. Finding and developing a hybrid body.
. Developing ways to combine different forms of movement.
Juan Jesús Guiraldi is director, dancer and teacher. His research has to do with the function and experimentation of diverse movement languages. Being in motion. Create a space, weaving experiences with people and places. Include and feel included, learn from each other and oneself, creating and remembering spaces to evolve and revolutionise movement.
He is the director of the artistic platform MOVIMIENTO CONSTANTE, formed by Una Constante company, the movement formation E.M.E. (Movement Experimentation Specialisation) and Festival Constante. In addition he is teacher in PeiMei's professional interpreter career and Dance&Move's Street Dance career, director and performer in the research and performing company "Una Constante". He performed with several groups and companies such as: Ballet Folklórico Municipal San Isidro, Compañía Mitimaes, Compañía Andante, Grupo Coreográfico el Aleph, Combinado Argentino de Danza (C.A.D.). In addition he worked under Gerardo Litvak's direction in "Criollo"'s research process.
In 2017 Jesús Guiraldi participated in the dance competition Rhythm is a dancer at the ImPulTanz Festival, where he won the first prize.
Since 2016 he travels as a researcher and teacher in different countries such as: South Africa, Spain, France, Ireland, Colombia, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Austria, Perú, Bolivia, Chile, Uruguay.
In 2018 he will be teaching at ImPulsTanz dance festival in Vienna.
Website: movimiento constante