Intimate Models. artistic lab.
Tools for the transformation
of traumatic experiences.
Led by: Pablo Gershanik
Actor, director, theatrical pedagogue. Graduated from the École Internationale de Théâtre Jacques Lecoq. Acting member of the theatre companies: Cirque Eloize, Compagnie Philippe Genty, Compagnia Finzi Pasca. Director of the program that specializes in Performance and Interpretation with Masks and professor of Performing Arts at the National University of San Martín (Argentina). Artist of Cent Quatre Paris and of the Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris. Creator of the Intimate Models methodology.
About this Event:
The artistic lab is based on the methodology created by Pablo Gershanik. Intimate Models is interested in exploring resilience in art. Rooted in the political events that impacted Argentinian society in the 70's and in the idea of reconstruction through the lens of art, psychology and human rights, the process of “modeling” arises. Intimate Models becomes a transposition tool (creation of mechanisms that allow for intermediation between the artist and a painful experience) to work with cases of social trauma that a subject, a family or a community has suffered in recent years (war, attacks, human rights struggles, migration, isolation, etc.), trying to contribute, through an artistic approach, to the resilience of our people.
The workshop will be a time of exploration and creation and will focus on three aspects:
1. "Representation". Through different dynamics and exercises, the team will find the universe that makes up each Intimate Model.
2. "Memory". Each participant will develop an audiovisual story based on a personal experience. Although each process can be purely individual, the project seeks to create dialogues and exchanges in which each project can then feed off work of the other participants.
3. "Social Relevance". Share the audiovisual projects with the public.
Workshop Breakdown: 5 sessions of 3 hours
Dates & Times:
Tues. Nov 10, Thu. Nov 12, Tues. Nov 17, Thu. Nov 19 - 2:00PM - 5:00PM,
Sat. Nov 21 - 10:00AM - 1:00PM
Recommended for: actors, directors, artists, teachers, dancers, and all those interested in exploring the possibilities art has to offer to generate tools for reflection and transformation.