FLINTA* DJing and Tools of Resistance
The first part of the workshop will be all about the preparation to get behind the decks: What do we need to feel safe in our body and to express ourselves through music? How can we learn to empower ourselves and our body to be present on a stage and in relationship with the audience we play for?
Being safe in your body is important. Yet how to not only be the center of attention, but also be confident in how to create a dynamic process of co-creation. It’s about the balance of being steadfast and at the same time open for an adaptive dialogue with the audience. We will use various techniques of body work, empowerment exercises, and collective discussion, reflection and skill sharing to prepare ourselves/bodies in order to have an intentional approach between self, decks, and fellow dancing bodies.
In the second part of the workshop we will give you the tools in order to get familiar with the equipment and the musical/technical basics to find a way to express yourself via music (electronic, and techno, but not limited).
Your own music on a usb-stick!
Clothing that feels comfortable yet you also feel hotttt ;)
Phoenix Adler (Performance Artist and Activist)
Anne Herde (Psychologist & Techno Dj)