How and what do we learn through embodied practice? Even after several years of institutional and academic validation and support for artistic research, a gap between discursive and practical/embodied work persists. The research lab Embodying Knowing is an invitation to practitioners from dance and performance, other artistic fields, science and philosophy to cross discipline boundaries, exchange on what bodily knowledge means and does in their practice, and share modes of working, learning, and researching. At the end of the lab, the five participants will each share their practice in an open-level workshop.
Participants: N. Eda Erçin (practitioner and scholar of contemporary theatre and performance) María Auxiliadora Gálvez (PhD architect, artist, landscaper and Feldenkrais teacher) Malcolm Manning (dance maker, teacher and somatic practitioner) Imani Rameses (dancer, choreographer, and cognitive neuroscientist) Heidi Wilm (philosopher and Shiatsu practitioner)