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Natalia Pieczuro

Contemporary
Natalia Pieczuro is a dancer/performer, born in Poland, based in Brussels. She studied at Warsaw's University - faculty Cultural Studies ( Anthropology of Culture) and in SEAD (Salzburg Experimental Academy of Dance) where she graduated in 2009 with a double diploma – in performing arts and in choreography. During her education and after she collaborated with such artist as: Rob Hayden /Ultima Vez/, Lisi Estaras /Ballet C de al B / and Matej Kejzar /Rosas/, Jozef Frucek and Linda Kapetanea /RootlessRoot/. 

Her work as a teacher is strongly influenced by RootlessRoot and their practice.  Natalia is teaching in institutions like Performact /Portugal/, Circus Centrum  /Belgium/ or L’Elastique Citrique /Switzerland/. She gives company classes: for Studio Matejka /Poland/and in places like Garage29, The New Space and in TALK FORMATION /Gent/ . Her classes combine FM technique, improvisation, injury prevention, floor work and  theatrical tasks - depending on the subject of event. Her classes are for dancers, actors, circus people, children and all movers. She is also practitioner of tai chi and a member of BRAVO TEAM. She has been working with such companies as: Deja Donne (Glimpse of Hope), Or&Oran Dance Company (Project R) and Studio Matejka -GrotowskI Institute (Conflict of Apathy, Harmony of Contradictions). 

She is currently working for Lisbeth Gruwez /creation 2018/
She is  a member of LaRuspa /on creation with “Revolution”/ and working on her new solo “This Kind Of Bird Flies Backwards” –a collaboration with Colin H. van Eeckhout, Mathieu Vandekerckhove and BjØrn Lescouhier. The piece will feature live Amenra, Kingdom, CHVE and Syndrome music. Lately  she has been collaborating with Yassin Mrabtifi  and Eddie Oroyan /Ultima Vez/.
The Classes during ConnectLAB.
This workshop is dedicated to partnering work.

We will be listening to the others and to ourselves. Listen and try to understand. The work will be based on specific physical tasks: using improvisation and partnering as a tool, floor work and FM: Fighting Monkey Practice; injury prevention and body conditioning.  Our main context of work will be our partner - the other person. 

The work with "him" will influence our behavior, the diversity of qualities, tempo and rhythm of our movement. This workshop is open for dancers, circus people, actors and all movers! 

We can create complex, full of sounds music, but what counts the most in it's beauty, is the silence between the notes. The duration of silence. This same applies to dance. "The silence" is the moment when everything and nothing can happen
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