The Slow Research Lab are pleased to announce the next in their series of immersive study experiences, to take place this July 2019 on the coast of the Adriatic Sea.
RESONANT BODIES is an interdisciplinary research program that explores conditions of ‘resonance’ within and between a spectrum of bodies (human and nonhuman) – from the intimate scale of sensory perception to an expanded web of relations, spaces and times.
Participants will work intensively and across a range of mediums as they tune into the unique forms and rhythms of the local landscape, unearthing its stories and connecting with the myriad ‘bodies’ that are part of it. At the same time, the research brings awareness to patterns of both struggle and resilience held in our own bodies and histories, illuminating the potential for individual/collective transformation.
The program is realized in collaboration with the Sibenik Hub for Ecology, and is co-facilitated by Irena Ateljevic, Siobhán K. Cronin, LaToya Manly-Spain, and Carolyn Strauss. Vocal and somatic experimentation, readings, discussions, Slow walks, swimming, stargazing, an island excursion, and farm-to-table food promise a week of inspiration and deep nourishment.
Space is limited to 12 participants.
More details about the program, facilitators, and fees are here [link broken]
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