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ons. 28. feb.



PRAXIS Praksis with Anna-Lise Marie Hearn

Anna-Lise Marie Hearn will share her practice Tues 27.02. to Thurs 29.02. from 9:30-11:30.

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PRAXIS Praksis with Anna-Lise Marie Hearn
PRAXIS Praksis with Anna-Lise Marie Hearn

Time & Location

28. feb. 2024, 09:30 – 11:30

PRAXIS Oslo, Hausmania, Hausmanns gate, Oslo, Norway

About the event

How can a system enable possibilities for freedom of expression, direction, and individual


‘Toolbox’ is a physical resource that is intended to initiate the creation of rich and

complex movement possibilities, research and deepen ideas, challenge our habits and patterns,

and expand our vocabulary of movement. Toolbox can be a resource for creative individuals,

partnerships and groups, a shared knowledge system, which can help us explore and expand our

movement practice and feed our curiosity.

In these sessions, you are invited to meet the Toolbox prototype and engage with the cards in the

studio. Together, we will explore and move with ‘Independent Exploration’, ‘Partner Exploration’,

and ‘Group Exploration’ tools, integrate ‘+Add On Cards’ intended for further development and

advancing levels of thinking, and collectively discuss aspects of practice using ‘Consider Cards’.

Anna-Lise Marie Hearn (she/her) is a British-Norwegian dance artist, choreographer, dance

educator, artist coach and choreographic coach based in Oslo, previously based in Berlin and

London. Her work has spanned collaborative projects, commissioned work, large-scale and

intimate productions within both live performance and film. Working with dance and movement,

and often interlaced with other artistic influences, she creates experiences and spaces that allow

for transformation, vulnerability, and connection.

Choreographically, she works with dance and movement to express felt sensations, landscapes,

and connections that are personal, societal, poetic, and metaphorical. Through her work, she is

interested in translating internal landscapes into visual and visceral experiences, moving between

tangible and intangible, and exploring relationships between the inner and the outer. Movement

improvisation plays an important role within Anna-Lise’s creative process as it fosters an approach

to creating work that promotes generosity and deeper research and allows for spontaneity and

visceral, bodily reactions to the material she is working with.

Photo: Christian Dirks.


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