Earth, Tree, Rock and Sea
The following statement of practice focuses on my experience of moving and working with others in ‘natural’ environments. The introduction contextualises this practice indicating what it can offer participants including: ‘time out’ from daily life, a deeper experience of the body and a renewed sense of kinship with the natural world. Environmental movement practice can support us to navigate our inner and outer landscapes simultaneously. The introduction is followed by two pieces of poetic writing reflecting my own experience of moving in response to two local sites with which I have a long-standing relationship: one a wooded hill-fort, the other a tidal area on the coast. The text is accompanied by images taken on the sites.
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Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: Movement Artist
Publication date: December 1, 2018
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- This journal focuses on the relationship between dance and somatic practices, and the influence of this body of practice on the wider performing arts. The journal will be aimed at scholars and artists, providing a space for practitioners and theorists to debate the work, to consider the impact and influence of the work on performance, the interventions that somatic practices can have on other disciplines and the implications for research and teaching.
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