• Two workshops – Leiden University

    Two unique workshops in cooperation with the Institute for Philosophy – Leiden University

    Workshop somatic practice ‘Bodies of Water: Exploring movement through embodiments of water from the somatic to the socio-political’ by Róisín O’Gorman

    Workshop Somatic Practice ‘Bodies of Water: Exploring movement through embodiments of water from the somatic to the socio-political’

    6th of July, 2016
    From 14:30-17:00 h
    Location: Lipsius Building, studio 233

    Instructor:  Róisín O’Gorman

    Humanity is literally, metaphorically and categorically in motion as never before, and yet, the epistemologies of movement are little understood; movement is seen as a means to an end rather than a fundamental organizing mechanism of perception and understanding.  However, what happens if we pay attention to the constancy of movement, from body systems to the tidal currents, from individual gestures to mass movements and migrations? How might this shape new methodologies for engaging complex shifting problems? How might the ever-moving fluidity of water make us think in new ways? How can water itself contribute to innovations in confronting growing inequalities and environmental degradation?  How can we live with/in a liquid state?

     

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