Posts Tagged 'Lizzie Muller'

Sensorium Gymnasium Living Room

Following from Maggie, Catherine and Lian, here are a couple of points about my plans for the Sensorium Gymnasium at Pspace. I’ve been thinking alot about this challenge I have faced all the way through this research project of working

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Sensorium Gymnasium Living Room

Following from Maggie, Catherine and Lian, here are a couple of points about my plans for the Sensorium Gymnasium at Pspace. I’ve been thinking alot about this challenge I have faced all the way through this research project of working

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Cultural influences and the senses

…the idea that consciousness is a culturally shaped phenomenon and gives some interesting examples of how different senses are emphasised in different cultures and therefore give rise to different understandings of the world.

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Cultural influences and the senses

…the idea that consciousness is a culturally shaped phenomenon and gives some interesting examples of how different senses are emphasised in different cultures and therefore give rise to different understandings of the world.

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The world in my brain and my brain in the world

Maggie led a workshop today about attention and the brain.  She described the way we create new neural pathways by actively bringing attention to something new. This is a big part of feldenkrais – but also very reminiscent of John

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The world in my brain and my brain in the world

Maggie led a workshop today about attention and the brain.  She described the way we create new neural pathways by actively bringing attention to something new. This is a big part of feldenkrais – but also very reminiscent of John

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meeting other bodies

Today the iron wood ensemble who are in residence over at Bundanon’s other site came to visit.  They are a group of classical musicians who are here to experiment and try out new repertoire and new ideas for three weeks. 

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meeting other bodies

Today the iron wood ensemble who are in residence over at Bundanon’s other site came to visit.  They are a group of classical musicians who are here to experiment and try out new repertoire and new ideas for three weeks. 

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Self Portraits

Bundanon is a great place to think about (and through) the body.  Fresh air, horizon, river swimming, good food – all condusive to feeling pleasure in being a body in the world. Today I made two self portraits.  Catherine ran

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Self Portraits

Bundanon is a great place to think about (and through) the body.  Fresh air, horizon, river swimming, good food – all condusive to feeling pleasure in being a body in the world. Today I made two self portraits.  Catherine ran

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are you feeling yourself today?

Catherine blindfolded us today and asked us to make ourselves in clay.  I thought of myself lying in bed.  I always lie on my side. Unable to see what i was doing my felt-sense of the volume and shape of

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are you feeling yourself today?

Catherine blindfolded us today and asked us to make ourselves in clay.  I thought of myself lying in bed.  I always lie on my side. Unable to see what i was doing my felt-sense of the volume and shape of

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2 self portraits

Bundanon is a great place to think about (and through) the body.  Fresh air, horizon, river swimming, good food – all condusive to feeling pleasure in being a body in the world. Today I made two self portraits.  Catherine ran

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2 self portraits

Bundanon is a great place to think about (and through) the body.  Fresh air, horizon, river swimming, good food – all condusive to feeling pleasure in being a body in the world. Today I made two self portraits.  Catherine ran

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CRUMB discussion

George and I are currently invited respondents to an online discussion on curating art that “responds to bodily inputs” on the CRUMB list. There’s lots of interesting discussion on there that relates to Thinking Through the Body. I haven’t posted

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CRUMB discussion

George and I are currently invited respondents to an online discussion on curating art that “responds to bodily inputs” on the CRUMB list. There’s lots of interesting discussion on there that relates to Thinking Through the Body. I haven’t posted

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Desires and gifts

In the closing session today I asked everyone to identify one thing that they desired, either for someone in the group or from the group, the project or the process more generally, and one thing they thought they could give. 

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Desires and gifts

In the closing session today I asked everyone to identify one thing that they desired, either for someone in the group or from the group, the project or the process more generally, and one thing they thought they could give. 

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Words stuck in the throat

Today we all worked on the methods I have developed for capturing verbal descriptions of experience. Once again I notice that the techniques I use are very much based in people’s ability to express themselves, to find the right words,

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Words stuck in the throat

Today we all worked on the methods I have developed for capturing verbal descriptions of experience. Once again I notice that the techniques I use are very much based in people’s ability to express themselves, to find the right words,

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Fleshing out experience

Yesterday in her workshop on Laban notation Lian mentioned that the movement exercises we were doing were “fleshing out” our understanding of Laban’s descriptions. The idea stuck with me that what I was hoping to do over the course of

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Fleshing out experience

Yesterday in her workshop on Laban notation Lian mentioned that the movement exercises we were doing were “fleshing out” our understanding of Laban’s descriptions. The idea stuck with me that what I was hoping to do over the course of

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