Saturday, 29 December 2012
Developing an understanding of improvisation in/as nomadism has lead me into new thinking and refined my improvisational practice. Improvisation becomes, in this approach, a mode through which to (re)figure subjectivity and form connections to others in physical, spatial and temporal terms.
The below workshop outline pulls together many of the improvisation tasks in the blog below and places an emphasis on the development of fluid, shifting forms in and between bodies, creating an ethics of intersubjective engagements.
(Re)visiting and inverting
Flow and interruption