Adrian W.S. Batt

Biography

Since 2017, I have been working on a movement technique that I called the “Gargoyle” technique. This technique is fundamental in the creation of the movement but also for the assimilation of the performers for the quality of movements that I seek through group exercises or guided improvisation according to the criteria of the technique. For my artistic process, I try to draw inspiration from the elements I see in the social climate around me. I have a very realistic inspiration when I create to have a global work for audiences. The human condition is always at the centre of my pieces.

 

Artistic Vision

Since 2017, I have been working on a movement technique that I called the “Gargoyle” technique. This technique is fundamental in the creation of the movement but also for the assimilation of the performers for the quality of movements that I seek through group exercises or guided improvisation according to the criteria of the technique. For my artistic process, I try to draw inspiration from the elements I see in the social climate around me. I have a very realistic inspiration when I create to have a global work for audiences. The human condition is always at the centre of my pieces.

 

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