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Movement & Improvisation

Ady Elzam (IL/BE) is a dancer, teacher and choreographer, with a deep technical background in contemporary dance, improvisation and performance. Ady believes art should challenge and inspire, both the artist as well as the spectator. As a preforming artist he’s motivated to cross borders and question the norm in relation to the audience, and its roll in art.


For many years Ady has been exploring movement dynamics in partner work, his main interest is in the communication that creates clear understanding between partners, as if no words are needed. This applies also to the relationship of the observer and the observed. As a performer he’s interested in the artist’s ability to expose oneself, evoke emotion in the audience, and the connection between the two.


Ady started dancing and preforming at age 10 in the Israeli folklore dance school "The Iris of Nazareth" .
He met modern dance in 1997, and embarked on a journey to explore the dance world until 2005 when he dedicated himself to the art of contemporary dance, improvisation and movement exploration.
He trained at the modern dance academy in Haifa and continued to dance in Vertigo Dance Company and DeDe Dance. Over the years he worked with many different choreographers such as; Ofra Idel, Elad Shecter, Matan Levkowich, Yuval Goldshtain, Sharona Floreshaim, Dafi Altabeb, to name a few.

MOONLODGE IMPROVISATION

Ritualist Movements & Somatic improvisation - A journey into the unknown

Enter into the studio, move, dance, sweat, get lost. 

Enter into your somatic body, listen to the unknown, let it lead you, be lost, find your way.

 

Feeling the body in a somatic way means connecting to your sensations and allowing yourself

to be moved by them, agreeing with the practice of mystery and magic.  

 

The practice of mystery is unknown, yet you can feel it when it happens.

Taking a chance by entering into the space is the first step, what happens after that is up to the journey…

 

We play, we practice, we trust and we connect to our ancestral roots.