Peter Sparling

E.U.A. / U.S.A.

MASTERCLASS
New Adventures in Video: A Survey of Video Technology for the Choreographer
[Vídeo-dança / Video-dance]
7 DEZ / DEC | TERÇA / TUESDAY | 18h às 19h30 / 6 p.m. – 7.30 p.m.
SÃO LUIZ TEATRO MUNICIPAL | JARDIM DE INVERNO / WINTER GARDEN 
ENTRADA LIVRE
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PETER SPARLING
www.petersparling.com


Peter Sparling é actualmente professor de dança na University of Michigan e um activo coreógrafo independente, bailarino, escritor, conferencista e videasta. Ex-membro das companhias de José Limón e Martha Graham, Sparling tem viajado por todo o mundo enquanto bailarino, professor convidado e coreógrafo para companhias e escolas em Inglaterra, Portugal, Taiwan, México, Costa Rica, e Canadá. Os seus trabalhos têm sido seleccionados para vários festivais de Vídeo-dança e Babel foi exibido em 2007 no New York Dance on Camera Festival. Activo em projectos interdisciplinares, colaborou com compositores, cientistas, arquitectos, poetas e artistas visuais. Vencedor do Governor’s Michigan Artist e premiado pelos NEA e ArtServe Michigan, Sparling continua a desenvolver novos trabalhos em colaboração nos Estados Unidos e no estrangeiro.
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Peter Sparling is presently Thurnau Professor of Dance at University of Michigan and an active independent choreographer, performer, writer, lecturer and video artist. A former member of the companies of José Limón and Martha Graham, Sparling has traveled the world as dancer and also as guest teacher and choreographer for companies and schools in England, Portugal, Taiwan, Mexico, Costa Rica, and Canada. His screendances have appeared in Dance on Camera Festivals, and “Babel” was screened as part of the 2007 New York Dance on Camera Festival. Active in interdisciplinary projects, he has worked with composers, scientists, architects, poets and visual artists. A recipient of the Governor’s Michigan Artist Award and grants from NEA and ArtServe Michigan, he continues to develop new collaborative works in the US and abroad.

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