An experiential exploration of the processes of kinesthetic learning, with an interest in improving one’s awareness, self-use, and potency. This course asks: What role(s) does movement play in how we think, learn, and communicate, and what are the effects of under-valuing kinesthetically aware activities and exploration? How might we consider our own (or another’s) bodily organization as expressing a self-in-process? Our weekly practice will explore the themes ofdynamic instability, ground-force resistance, movement/effort distribution, and reversibility.
- Professor: Tessa Chandler