Swimming in the intuition sea I was quite pleased to coincide with concepts that had emerged in me and mentioning this rather saying better writing that is so untrue is so fake you know so coming back the intuition is being formed and is forming things and more importantly it is some sort of cannibalism but cannibalism in the dark cannibalism in the dark not knowing who is devoured and I am made of and I am making of but I don’t know by who and by what from this writing and this thinking wanting to go to the past to come closer to what I have been eating and more who I have been eating and who I have been eating who has been eating this is to track somewhat to know where one is to understand and connect to be able to communicate I call my research Permeable Manifestations I see puzzle as a useful tool to shift movement thinking behaviour understanding this is not only making up your own sense but shaking the comfortable territories of understandings to hopefully come closer to a reality this has been my track since many years investigating plurality of subject object
Ayşe Orhon (choreographer/dancer) before her studies in Arnhem/Holland (HKA) in choreography and performance, she worked professionally as a musician (harp) and in sports. Since 2001, in addition to her own work, she has performed with Aydın Teker and Emmanuelle Huynh. Her solo performance Can You Repeat? (2007) received a residency award at 8:tension-Impulstanz Festival in Vienna in 2008, her solo/duo work hava (2009), a musical performance on the interrelation between voice/sound and movement and another solo ÇOK (2010), a collaborative work with 7 artists, have been performed in renown contemporary dance festivals in Europe. Her last work “Studies on Folk”, its first stage being performed in Monty/0090 Antwerp, Belgium (2011) is a research project inspired by modernization process of folk dances. Orhon is among the founders of “AMBER - Association for Process-based Arts” and “ÇATI Contemporary Dance Artists Association” where she has been teaching since 1997. She is recently a lecturer (contemporary dance and Pilates) in the Dance Department of Yıldız Technical University. Since 2004 Orhon has taught Pilates technique as post-rehabilitation and as part of dance education, as certified Pilates instructor, having trained at the Stott Pilates School in Boston, Stockholm and Toronto. She is working in Simotas Building (interdisciplinary artists and designers collective), Istanbul, Turkey.