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running and avoiding The shape of a run while trying to avoid people due to COVID-19 restrictions Apr 5, 2020 blog
running and avoiding Apr 5, 2020 blog The shape of a run while trying to avoid people due to COVID-19 restrictions scale Apr 3, 2020 blog Starring Finn Ellis-Whitty memory is like a wikipedia page Mar 28, 2020 blog The upshot is that memory is not a fixed and permanent record, like a document in a filing cabinet. It is something much more hazy and mutable. As not standing on your own Mar 28, 2020 blog That model of the individual is comic, in a way, but also lethal. The goal is to overcome the formative and dependent stages of life to emerge, stumbling across down Mar 16, 2020 blog In 2009 I was invited to be part of Europe in Motion — a group of European artists chosen to participate in a series of dialogues, workshops and autobiography in five short chapters Mar 16, 2020 blog I I walk down the street. There is a deep hole in the sidewalk. I fall in. I am lost … I am helpless It isn’t my fault. It takes forever to find a the pleasure of making things Mar 14, 2020 blog Last week I spent a couple of afternoons with the fabulous, playful and thoughtful undergraduate dance students at the University of Malta. In the Corporeal Epistemics Mar 13, 2020 practice A desktop presentation exploring the datafication of experience and the ways in which choreographic practices — and the radically analogue human two people together blog post Mar 12, 2020 blog In April and May 2019 I travelled to Odin Teatret in Denmark to work with Igor and Moreno. The residency was to start research and development for a two people together Mar 4, 2020 practice A film by Simon Ellis, Igor Urzelai & Moreno Solinas. Filmed during Igor and Moreno’s Bora Bora residency at Odin Teatret in Denmark, April-May g Feb 29, 2020 blog the invention of clothing Feb 21, 2020 blog The subject was anything but frivolous: donning a garment is a complicated act. Clothing has practical uses—warming the body in cold places, embodied and disembodied Feb 20, 2020 blog In dance scholarship we seem to use the verb to embody rather loosely and confusingly. Of the various definitions in the OED—and putting aside some emotions Feb 15, 2020 blog I happened across this fantastic emotion wheel by Geoffrey Roberts over at imgur.com/tCWChf6 are you comfortable there? Feb 12, 2020 blog My friend Bob Whalley used to have different cards printed that she would hand out at opportune (or sometimes inopportune) times.1 A long time ago being heard Feb 7, 2020 blog Being heard is so close to being loved that for the average person, they are almost indistinguishable. – David Augsburger, cited in Chris Bailey’s discarding tribal allegiance Feb 2, 2020 blog If you had told me, even six months ago, that a climate disaster like this one would strike a place like Australia, I probably would not have Racism and Contemporary Dance Jan 30, 2020 practice A film by Royona Mitra, Arabella Stanger and Simon Ellis using edited interviews/conversations from the Contemporary Dance and Whiteness research algorithms Jan 29, 2020 blog an algorithm [is] an opinion formalized in code – Cathy O’Neil, Weapons of Math Destruction (Chapter 1) city roads Jan 26, 2020 blog Beautiful rendering of the roads in any town/city/area: anvaka.github.io/city-roads/ Reblogged from daringfireball.net/linked/2020/01/24/city-maps
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