The Thinking Body. 

 

Inspired by anthropologist Tim Ingold, the methodology proposes an architecture through which diverse making disciplines are given the space to cross-pollinate.

By focusing on working collaboratively participants explore a playful dialogue of perception- as the physical body dissolves, collects itself and dissipates into space.

Mark-making and sculpture, alongside developing movement patterns in space, enables participants to establish markers, that, over time, evolve into landscapes of archived perception traceable by both the individual and the wider collective.

  • 2nd International Symposium Performance Philosophy School of Athens. 
Photos by Yannis Priftis.
    2nd International Symposium Performance Philosophy School of Athens. Photos by Yannis Priftis.
  • 2nd International Symposium Performance Philosophy School of Athens. 
Photos by Yannis Priftis.
    2nd International Symposium Performance Philosophy School of Athens. Photos by Yannis Priftis.
  • 2nd International Symposium Performance Philosophy School of Athens. 
Photos by Yannis Priftis.
    2nd International Symposium Performance Philosophy School of Athens. Photos by Yannis Priftis.
  • 2nd International Symposium Performance Philosophy School of Athens. 
Photos by Yannis Priftis.
    2nd International Symposium Performance Philosophy School of Athens. Photos by Yannis Priftis.
  • 2nd International Symposium Performance Philosophy School of Athens. 
Photos by Yannis Priftis.
    2nd International Symposium Performance Philosophy School of Athens. Photos by Yannis Priftis.
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