Gurdjieff’s Movements

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Gurdjieff's Movements

Gurdjieff’s Movements are dances and physical exercises as collected, choreographed and developed by G.I. Gurdjieff born 1866 in Alexandropol and died 1949 in Paris.

The Movements and Music both form an integral part of his teaching, in which Man studies the laws of the Universe mainly by means of self-observation.

Wim van Dullemen has been accompanying Movements classes for over forty years, playing, practicing, researching and teaching. Movements dancer Christiane Macketanz participates in this process.

Amir Kaufmann’s film allows a view into Van Dullemen’s long experience of the magical touch of sound, combined with these exact and powerful movements.

© 2010
Produced in Berlin, Germany
Language: English
Running Time: 60 minutes
A 7-page companion booklet is bundled with your purchase.