15,00 

Includes 19% USt

Movement in the City of Kinbaku

A poetic journey to and through Barkas’ metaphorical city of Kinbaku, Barkas and Addie guide participants through some of the many meanings with which rope can be imbued. We discuss communication via ropes, movement with ropes, and space in the context of ropes. This journey includes very simple techniques and more elaborate ones alike. Participants will get a deep insight into the philosophy and technique of Barkas’s and Addie’s work.

The recordings will be available for streaming until December 31th, 2021 on our website. They are not downloadable.


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In Barkas’ approach to rope, what one does with rope is not as important as knowing how or why one does it. In the end, the aim is to move each other’s hearts. Thus, it seems almost obvious to make movement a big part of a rope scene. In Barkas’ City of Kinbaku, there are three modes of physical movement with the idea to move one’s partner emotionally.

A poetic journey to and through Barkas’ metaphorical city of Kinbaku, Barkas and Addie guide participants through some of the many meanings with which rope can be imbued. We discuss communication via ropes, movement with ropes, and space in the context of ropes. This journey includes very simple techniques and more elaborate ones alike. Participants will get a deep insight into the philosophy and technique of Barkas’s and Addie’s work. We encourage all levels to participate and not to be afraid of challenges.

This class is 120min long with time to practice the exercises and Q&A.

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