a community of practice

Back in January I was interviewed for Gemma Harman’s podcast called Resdance — a podcast about research in dance.

The interview was published a couple of weeks back and here it is:


We talk about how I got started in dancing, the nature of researching through practice, the shibboleths of somatics and embodiment, and the body as a field of awareness.

Up next a nest for hope I like James Bridle’s writing. Here’s an extract from a recent blog post of his called hope needs a place to perch: To learn, to make Esther May Campbell
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