Teaching

Photos: Eva Tsagkaraki
Workshop Leader 
Visual Sounds - Documenta 14
“Thwack, Thwack, Thwack, goes the glove against the boot”Instrument making workshop with Stella Dimitrakopoulou, Sarah De Wilde and Clare BreenOdeion, Athens, Greece

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n79VuuEa2OI

In the arcade space of the Odeion we set up an instrument making station for 2 hours. All passers by were welcome to come and sit with us in the space, to make instruments from collected debris, detritus, rubbish, trash, scrap and other precious remains, bringing together the aesthetics of the work of Guillermo Galindo, Nevin Aladag and Daniel Knorr. In the third hour we explored the performative potential of the new instruments.



Photos by Florian Kynman
Chorus Member
 Documenta 14
- National Museum of Contemprary Art, EMST, Athens
- Athens Conservatoire, Odeion
- School of Fine Arts, Athens

April  2017 - July 2017 
Historically, the chorus of Greek tragic theater was made up of nonprofessionals and citizens who served as commentators, shape-shifters, and empathizers between the audience and the actors. The Chorus for documenta 14, meanwhile, enacts a multiplicity of roles with visitors to the exhibition, drawing out broader perspectives related to the sociopolitical and geographical contexts of the documenta 14 project. Visitors thus become contributors to the life of documenta 14—negotiating routes and responses to artworks alongside one another. The documenta 14 Chorus creates a chorality that continues to resonate with mythologies, stories, debates, and rumors beyond the realm of the exhibition.


Visiting Lecturer 
May 2015
Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance.
Remix as a choreographic methodology.
BA2.

Mentor 
Jan-April 2015       
Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance.
Supporting BA students to raise their standards of performance in their key stage assessments and raise their awareness of higher education opportunities. Support students to develop greater self-esteem, motivation, confidence, persistence and application. Write reports on the project for management and for funders.

Visiting Lecturer Remix as a choreographic methodology. BA2.
Company: Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, London, UK
http://www.trinitylaban.ac.uk/
May 2015

Ballet Teacher (4-10 years old)
Company: C-12 Dance Theatre.
Deptford Lounge, London, UK.
http://www.c-12dancetheatre.com/
Jan-July 2015

Dance and Drama Teacher.
Company: Half Moon Young Peoples' Theatre, London, UK.
https://www.halfmoon.org.uk/
Nov 2014-July 2015

Dance & Drama Teacher 
2013-2015
Company: Pzazz
Perrymount Primary School, Dance (7-11 yrs old)
Merridian Primary School, Dance (7-11 yrs old)
Randal Cremer Primary School, Drama (infants)
http://www.p-zazz.co.uk/

Workshop Leader: Contemporary dance and improvisation.
16-18 years old. ABUNDANCE Dance Festival. Karlstad, Sweden.
Jan 2013

Workshop Leader: The use of voice in performance improvisation
BA1 & BA3 Prof. Dance School D. Grigoriadou, Athens, Greece.
Sept 2013

Assistant Teacher
Apr-Jul 2012
Creative Dance (4-5 & 6-7 yrs old)
Trinity Laban, London, UK

Visiting Lecturer
Nov 2011
Appropriation and remix in choreography.
MA Dance Theatre, Trinity Laban, London, UK

Visiting Lecturer
May 2011
‘Copying’ dance.
MA Dance Theatre, Trinity Laban, London, UK

Workshop Leader 
Mar-Jun 2010 A workshop for professional dancers and performers.
1) The use of objects in performance.
2) Performance tools: Games, improvisation, observation, reconstruction.
Proyecto Piloto, Madrid, Spain.
Video Documentation from the workshops:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kXBCrn2qoPc