Posts Tagged 'Maggie Slattery'

In Transit: Sensorium Gymnasium

Here’s a summary of developments so far by Catherine and me for our explorations at Sydney Performance Space, July/August 2009 Research Question: How do we stay in touch with who we are in essence, at the level of the body,

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In Transit: Sensorium Gymnasium

Here’s a summary of developments so far by Catherine and me for our explorations at Sydney Performance Space, July/August 2009 Research Question: How do we stay in touch with who we are in essence, at the level of the body,

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Openings (Thursday)

Our heat weary bodies gathered slowly, quietly in the day’s cooler opening to travel again to Bundenon. I hadn’t been looking forward to this second part of “The Situated Body” until to my great relief Jonathan invited me to join

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Openings (Thursday)

Our heat weary bodies gathered slowly, quietly in the day’s cooler opening to travel again to Bundenon. I hadn’t been looking forward to this second part of “The Situated Body” until to my great relief Jonathan invited me to join

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ASTRONOMIC TECHNICS (Wednesday)

Our afternoon, in my experience, was about MAKING REAL OF SENSING TECHNOLOGY. I was aware of the extent of preparation undertaken by each maker. Each one intently busy, doing, setting up, and I felt touched by this. We gathered around

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ASTRONOMIC TECHNICS (Wednesday)

Our afternoon, in my experience, was about MAKING REAL OF SENSING TECHNOLOGY. I was aware of the extent of preparation undertaken by each maker. Each one intently busy, doing, setting up, and I felt touched by this. We gathered around

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Con-Straining (Wednesday)

We enter a process led by Catherine, in which we are invited to work with clay to create a body. The sensation of drying wet clay on my skin is unpleasant, while the experience of a body growing beneath my

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Con-Straining (Wednesday)

We enter a process led by Catherine, in which we are invited to work with clay to create a body. The sensation of drying wet clay on my skin is unpleasant, while the experience of a body growing beneath my

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Riversdale & Bundanon

Monday We converge at Riversdale, a place of retreat, generous offering, unbelievably beautiful.

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Riversdale & Bundanon

Monday We converge at Riversdale, a place of retreat, generous offering, unbelievably beautiful.

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Response to Garth’s Question re definition

My response to Garth’s suggestion is two-fold. 1. On the one hand, I am cautious about finding a description at this point, and I am including my thoughts about that. On the other hand, the question has had me thinking

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Response to Garth’s Question re definition

My response to Garth’s suggestion is two-fold. 1. On the one hand, I am cautious about finding a description at this point, and I am including my thoughts about that. On the other hand, the question has had me thinking

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One thing leading to another

New experiences. Yoga beginning the day. A much richer experience than my only other class 25 years ago! Leading into our journey through techniques for documenting audience experience. Using ‘Semi-structured interview’ technique, we are to interact with someone who has

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One thing leading to another

New experiences. Yoga beginning the day. A much richer experience than my only other class 25 years ago! Leading into our journey through techniques for documenting audience experience. Using ‘Semi-structured interview’ technique, we are to interact with someone who has

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From here

From questions to elicit: 1. One thing that resonates 2. One thing I desire/want/need 3. One thing I can offer 1. So far, it’s immersion in new experience which is non-habitual, quite out of the ordinary, with others and with

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From here

From questions to elicit: 1. One thing that resonates 2. One thing I desire/want/need 3. One thing I can offer 1. So far, it’s immersion in new experience which is non-habitual, quite out of the ordinary, with others and with

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Feeling my way

I’m journeying to a mystery destination with 9 other travellers. None of us speak the same language. What we share is elusive. What’s palpable is willingness to journey together, embrace each other’s origins, knowledge, questions. Our shared charter is to

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Feeling my way

I’m journeying to a mystery destination with 9 other travellers. None of us speak the same language. What we share is elusive. What’s palpable is willingness to journey together, embrace each other’s origins, knowledge, questions. Our shared charter is to

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