29 SES 13 B, ‘Dissonant’ Practices
As art workers and art educators we share materials that construct a ‘hybrid’ body of work and experience.
The ‘dissonant’ practices between the different art forms and approaches and theoretical issues are melted in our teaching and creative practices.
How can we share possibilities, failures and hypothesis rather than (our) findings, for ‘dissonant’ practices?
The experiments we have been doing together crossing theory and practice work on and through the body, we will work keeping the idea of doing first, debating after.
This interaction and boundaries' search foster situations that break the 'fourth wall' of artistic creativity and re-doing relational experiences from different artists or performances that disrupt the "ego imperialism" of artistic authorship and disciplines closures.
Questions will be raised to be worked by and with the group by means of kinesthetic
experiments: working without seeing, as a way of significant resistance to the supremacy of the visual, and as a sensorial awareness in the ‘upbringing’ of possibilities of creating interaction;
re-doing works from conceptual artists offers an engaged and powerful tool for questioning the role of the public Vs. performer’s role and students Vs. teachers’ roles and other education
thinking of the body accepting the inevitability of this thinking as a failure…
How to work intersections, and how to work tensions too?
How different materials and matters may be or may not be fused; how practices may or may not unfold curriculum or disciplines categories?
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