Deep Listening with Julia Gladstone
CLASS: Deep Listening (via @freeskewl)
“In this middle, where the event is still welling, there is potential for new diagrams of life-living to be drawn.” – Erin Manning
How do we recompose our perceptual habits in order to find orientation through the incomprehensible present? This practice is an invitation to expand presence within the subterranean layer of awareness where creativity and healing coalesce.
There is more to listening than meets the ear. We will work from Pauline Oliveros’ pedagogy, tuning our bodies as porous vessels in order to approach the act of “listening to listening itself.” We will explore textures of depth as we listen, sound, vision, sense, and attend together, becoming unfamiliar to the familiar as we try on new frameworks for encountering our selves and the world.
BIO: Julia Gladstone is an artist working in the expanded field of choreography to figure socialities. Forms take shape through performance, sculpture, video, and experimental pedagogy. She is currently obsessed with portals that employ imperceptible materials, disorientation, paradox, attunement, and attention. Her work has been presented in France, Belgium, Israel, and across the U.S. She is a recipient of the DAAD Fellowship in Performing Arts, organizes Clouds Gathering performance festival, and is a certified facilitator of Deep Listening. She is currently a MFA candidate at the University of Pennsylvania.
Note from Julia: I would like for the class to be free for Black folks, with a suggested donation for white and non-Black POC folks. I will donate all funds that I receive to the Black & Pink National Bail Fund.
Any donation from $1-$25 is greatly appreciated however no one will be turned away for lack of funds.
Zoom link: http://zoom.us/j/3093774924
Zoom password: 640262
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