For Patty, mediation is a mutual route – a form of mutual exchange and growing. Shared stories, experiences, discoveries. Her knowledge and understanding of the body are nurtured by her artistic practice as well as by her teaching in a variety of institutions. With a background in diverse improvisation methods, somatic practices, contemporary dance techniques and yoga she continually evolves and contextualizes her own teaching methods. Intuitive knowledge becoming spatially embodied. Refining abilities of anatomical and spatial awareness, Patty´s classes and workshops facilitate space for individual vision, play and collective experience.
Patricia has taught and lectured at various universities and institutions, such as Trinity Laban (MA course), Middlesex University (BA course), Italia Conti College (BA), Metropolitan University (BA) in London, K3 – Zentrum für Choreographie Kampnagel/Hamburg and Duncan Centre (undergraduate) in Prague. Since 2011 she is regular guest tutor for choreography, composition and improvisation at Erika Klütz School, Hamburg. In Berlin she regularly instructs the weekly Monday Night Improvisation Class in Neukölln. In 2019 she started the dance history composition project, an experiental dance and composition course in Alt-Treptow, Berlin. Since 2022 she has created the Re-connect – project in Neukölln and Treptow, Berlin.
Patricia’s partnerships include collaborations with KW Institute for Contemporary Art Berlin, Berlin Bode Museum, Neue Nationalgalerie Berlin, Berlinische Galerie, Zitadelle Spandau, Feld Theater Berlin, a7, TanzZeit, Bundesministerium für Forschung und Bildung, Schlossplatztheater Köpenick/Berlin, Perform(d)ance Stralsund, Epic Arts London, Chisenhale Dance Space London and Tanzinitiative Hamburg e.V. Since 2017 she is a collaborator at lab.Bode, Bode Museum, Berlin. Since 2018 she co-designed and developed the workshop format “Museum Moves” for school classes. Recently Patty has developed dance partnerships with Berlinische Galerie (2020), Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart – Berlin (2022), Kolbe Museum Berlin (2022) and Stadtmuseum Berlin (2022).