by Przemek Kamiński

Fluid Pathways

Imagine a green river flowing over your spine.

Up the front and down the back.

Take a moment to examine this river, its characteristics, and qualities:
density, texture, hue, smell, perhaps taste.

At the same time, imagine your limbs as tree branches.

Much longer than your actual limbs, extending into infinity.

The wood is young, moist, bendy - constantly nourished by the river.

Let this image move you.

Allow the movement to leak out, from the inside to the outside.

It is recommended to practice this score with closed eyes. It can be practiced in any desirable space, for any duration, with or without music.


Przemek Kamiński - Polish-born, Berlin-based performer and choreographer. He graduated from HZT lnter-University Centre for Dance Berlin (Berlin University of the Arts). His recent choreographic works were presented, amongst others at: Art Stations Foundation in Poznań, HAU Hebbel am Ufer in Berlin, K3 | Tanzplan Hamburg, Kunsthalle Zurich, Museum of Art in Łodz, Nowy Teatr in Warsaw, Sophiensaele in Berlin, during PQ Prague Quadrennial of Performance Design and Space or Tanztage Festival in Berlin.
He was a choreographer in residence at K3 | Tanzplan Hamburg, Workshop Foundation in Budapest or l.C.l./CCN in Montpellier. He was a grant holder of Berlin Senate Department for Culture and Europe, Fonds Darstellende Künste or National Performance Network as well as a scholarship holder of the Alternative Dance Academy at Art Stations Foundation in Poznań or Kunstlerhaus Lukas in Ahrenshoop. Between 2018-19, he was supported by PAP Mentoring Programme. Performed in the projects by Nevin Aladag, Juan Dominguez Rojo, lsabelle Schad, Nicole Seiler, Jeremy Shaw, Wilhelm/Groener and Julian Weber amongst others.


Copyright: Przemek Kamiński (2021). The Score was commissioned within the frame of the project Scores for Pleasure. The Score can be accessed and used only through the website Copying and redistributing the Score in any medium or format is not permitted. Only non-commercial uses of the Score are permitted. No derivatives or adaptations of the Score are permitted.