Posts Tagged 'George Khut'

The Distinct Body Part 2

Experiential Anatomy Workshop presented by Catherine Truman “…after another Awareness Through Movement lesson, …I blindfolded them and asked them to make their own body in clay. So they had to go straight into it – most of them used both

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The Distinct Body Part 2

Experiential Anatomy Workshop presented by Catherine Truman “…after another Awareness Through Movement lesson, …I blindfolded them and asked them to make their own body in clay. So they had to go straight into it – most of them used both

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The Distinct Body Part 1

“Engaging with attention to sensation is something we value with this project. As practitioners and participants, we’re being asked to feel something, and articulate it. We are not necessarily interested in the outcome, but more in how and why the

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The Distinct Body Part 1

“Engaging with attention to sensation is something we value with this project. As practitioners and participants, we’re being asked to feel something, and articulate it. We are not necessarily interested in the outcome, but more in how and why the

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‘The Situated Body’ Workshop

This workshop presented by Jonathan Duckworth, was pivotal in developing a link between our attention to interior and exterior experience – exploring how attention to the body can create shifts in our perception of the surrounding environment, and conversely, how

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‘The Situated Body’ Workshop

This workshop presented by Jonathan Duckworth, was pivotal in developing a link between our attention to interior and exterior experience – exploring how attention to the body can create shifts in our perception of the surrounding environment, and conversely, how

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Discussion: The Situated Body

This discussion took place at Bundanon after Jonathan Duckworth’s ‘Situated Body’ workshop, where we all went out into the surrounding country to create some response to our geograhic situation, building from sensitivities cultivated in Catherine’s Feldenkrais-inspired ‘Distinct Body’ experiential anatomy

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Discussion: The Situated Body

This discussion took place at Bundanon after Jonathan Duckworth’s ‘Situated Body’ workshop, where we all went out into the surrounding country to create some response to our geograhic situation, building from sensitivities cultivated in Catherine’s Feldenkrais-inspired ‘Distinct Body’ experiential anatomy

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Workshop 2: Imagining the ‘Sensorium Gymnasium’

Excerpts from Saturday’s discussion at Bundanon, on aims and possible outcomes for the Performance Space workshop and public showing: Jonathan: I think for me the bridge between Feldenkrais and media arts is not really what Feldenkrais can do for media

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Workshop 2: Imagining the ‘Sensorium Gymnasium’

Excerpts from Saturday’s discussion at Bundanon, on aims and possible outcomes for the Performance Space workshop and public showing: Jonathan: I think for me the bridge between Feldenkrais and media arts is not really what Feldenkrais can do for media

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Discussion: Desires & Offerings

In this meeting facilitator Lizzie Muller invited each member of the group to respond to the idea of ‘desires’ and ‘offerings’ – to identify shared interests in relation to our work with the body and opportunities for skill-exchange and collaboration across disciplines.

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Discussion: Desires & Offerings

In this meeting facilitator Lizzie Muller invited each member of the group to respond to the idea of ‘desires’ and ‘offerings’ – to identify shared interests in relation to our work with the body and opportunities for skill-exchange and collaboration across disciplines.

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Why we use ‘Technology’

In this discussion on Day 3 of our Bundanon workshop each member of the group was invited to reflect on how they came to be working with technology in their current practice (or not), and what this relationship means for

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Why we use ‘Technology’

In this discussion on Day 3 of our Bundanon workshop each member of the group was invited to reflect on how they came to be working with technology in their current practice (or not), and what this relationship means for

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Care

As an artist what motivates me is a desire to create systems and situations that support us to become more alive to the worlds around and within us, and to be able to experience and engage with this aliveness with

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Care

As an artist what motivates me is a desire to create systems and situations that support us to become more alive to the worlds around and within us, and to be able to experience and engage with this aliveness with

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Post-Bundanon Reflections: Some threads

Here are some threads that I’ve pulled out from my Bundanon experience, that Ive been turning around in my head over the past week since the workshop. ATTENTIONAL INFRASTRUCTURES for an aesthetics of touch, movement and proprioception: having and/or developing

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Post-Bundanon Reflections: Some threads

Here are some threads that I’ve pulled out from my Bundanon experience, that Ive been turning around in my head over the past week since the workshop. ATTENTIONAL INFRASTRUCTURES for an aesthetics of touch, movement and proprioception: having and/or developing

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The Situated Body: Listening in and out

Jonathan’s workshop ‘The Situated Body’ invited to develop a response to our experience in the land around us, based on the sensitivities we’ve been developing towards our bodily experience. I was interested structuring attention across internal and external environments, drawing

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The Situated Body: Listening in and out

Jonathan’s workshop ‘The Situated Body’ invited to develop a response to our experience in the land around us, based on the sensitivities we’ve been developing towards our bodily experience. I was interested structuring attention across internal and external environments, drawing

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Touch, making contact: fingers, palms, arms and pelvis…

Maggie introduced her Awareness Through Movement class this morning, with a presentation on neuro plasticity: the structuring of experience within the brain, and the influence of Brain-Derived Neutrophic Factor (BDNF). I don’t really understand how it works but she seemed

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Touch, making contact: fingers, palms, arms and pelvis…

Maggie introduced her Awareness Through Movement class this morning, with a presentation on neuro plasticity: the structuring of experience within the brain, and the influence of Brain-Derived Neutrophic Factor (BDNF). I don’t really understand how it works but she seemed

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Listening to the wind in the leaves…

…and thinking about observing my breathing. Attending to the sounds in the landscape, and realising I could bring the same quaity of openended attentivness to sensations inside my body. Observing breath (something I’ve been interested in with a previous interactive

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Listening to the wind in the leaves…

…and thinking about observing my breathing. Attending to the sounds in the landscape, and realising I could bring the same quaity of openended attentivness to sensations inside my body. Observing breath (something I’ve been interested in with a previous interactive

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