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the pleasure of making things

Last week I spent a couple of afternoons with the fabulous, playful and thoughtful undergraduate dance students at the University of Malta. In the first session we explored ideas and the pleasure of making things. It was a variation on something I’ve workshopped before but it’s always exhilarating (and surprising) to see how students are nourished by the momentum they create for themselves by making versions or iterations of things.

During the session I kept adding ideas and thoughts to the whiteboard in the space. Here’s what it looked like by the end:

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