Luke Jessop




Contemporary Movement:
The first part of the workshop focuses mainly on the dancer's relationship with the ground and the air. The class uses simple movement patterns that involve breathing, speed and the release of energy throughout the body in order to activate the relationship between the center and the joints, in and out of the ground more efficiently. The approach is to develop movement in different levels - up and down, different supports and seek the balance of body parts. We started by playing games that wake up the body and mind, they are encouraged to connect with the environment: air, floor, and the energy of
others, forming an interconnection. Later we focus on short motion exercises that take the body into drawing spirals, weight control, moving through space, speed, precision, and movements that connect us to the final phrases which will end the first part of the class.

This second part of the class will focus on partner work and relationship aspects such as confidence, weight, instinct, conscience, leaders, and followers. The flow in physical communication depends on the awareness of a shared balance. We will work with predefined situations, which are based on the trust of others. Then we can take more risks to play with power and speed. Participants are encouraged to bring their own ideas, explore
and rediscover their own qualities. We will examine some elements used in the form of creation of Los INnato and
participants are invited to develop their own material within this defined context. This workshop seeks to encourage the innate instinct and movement of each of the participants, develop trust within the group and build safe conclusions to difficult actions.


Marko Fonseca [Costa Rica] and was born in 2009. Marko Fonseca studied at the El Barco Conservatory [Costa Rica] and has worked in different companies in Costa Rica and Europe, the project has more than 15 scenic works and have been presented in countries such as Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Peru, Colombia, Ecuador, Perú, Uruguay, Panama, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, El Salvador, Guatemala, Mexico, United States, Spain, Portugal, France, Rusia, Bélgica, Romania, Italy, Czech Republic, Switzerland, and Korea. 

He currently maintains a research work and collaborates with different artists of the medium, he teaches Workshops / Workshops of inPRACTICAL [identification of the other] where they mix different tendencies of the movement arts, martial arts and the work of partnering/duo. 

Los INnato have received several national and international prizes with their works "Kitsch", "matchPoint", "Etérea" and "NO / nato" in which they stand out: Festival of Choreographers of the National Theater, Costa Rica 2009, Winner of the Contest of Solos and Duets "SOLÓDODOS en Danza Costa Rica 2013", XII International Choreography Competition Burgos - New York 2013, obtaining: RCH Prize Best Interpreters, L 'Estruch / Sabadell Artistic Residence Award, Spain, Prize as finalist for the VIII Choreographic Competition of Sabadell, Spain 2013, Iberoamerican Circuit of the Network 2015 - Network of Alternative Theaters of Spain. 

In the years 2013 (Mexico), 2014 (Spain), 2015 (Brazil), 2017 (Panama) and (Mexico) 2019 (España) they have carried out residencies of artistic creation where they have developed their latest stage creations. 

This independent project directs and produces the International Street Festival called La Machine Festival and the International Training platform Revés. 

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