London (BST) 17:00-18:30
San Francisco (PDT) 9am-10.30am
New York (EDT) 12noon-13.30pm
Berlin (CEST) 18:00-19:30
In this workshop we invite the notion of intimacy into our relations by meeting our worlds a little more dearly, a little less clearly. Softening our edges, we seek those embodied states that awaken communicative skills lying on the periphery of our conscious abilities. We gently co-create our self-definitions as inclusive of that which we encounter. We engage in actions of response-ability (Barad) that occur when our dynamic humanity generates environmental vitalities through meaningful spatial presence. What arises in the meeting of the human, the non-human and the insentient that we so easily miss? Our physical studies will take us through conceptual landscapes that suggest there is much we can do, even in our isolation, to bring the world to life with far greater relational intelligence.
This event introduces modes of moving physical attention in relationally meaningful ways keyed to generate vitality, curiosity, and intimacy. We ask what a human can be as an opening to move past our domesticated habits.
Type of format: Masterclass
Language: English with auto Close Captioning available
Duration of session: 90 minutes
Technical platform for the course: Zoom Pro
Concessionary Ticket - is only for job seekers, students and seniors with a low household income.
Bursary Ticket - is only for people living in countries classed by the World Bank as ‘low income' and 'lower-middle income’. Please click here for a list of countries qualifying for Bursary Tickets.
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Image Credits: event image by Darryl Ferrucci, facilitator image by Fabio Flecha