Inside Encounters | Saturday, May 9, 2020 at 11 AM - 1PM PST
Presented by virtual care lab and Lucy Kerr
Your house is a vessel for memories; the space you inhabit contains each of your days. In this gathering we will explore how our bodies relate to domestic space and to each other, through somatic exercises, written recollections and imaginations, and guided movement improvisations. We will find new ways for our bodies to relate to the shapes, structures and objects of our homes, and make use of text, language, and writing as well. In this practice, we hope to feel each others’ relationships to our personal spaces. Sensing our physical separation, and moving toward virtual nearness.
About the host:
Lucy Kerr is an artist working through performance, film, video, and installation. She holds an MFA from the Film/Video and Art Schools at California Institute of the Arts. She has received commissions from LA Dance Project, Mono No Aware, and the Center for Performance Research. Her projects have been presented by The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, La Mama, The Brooklyn Museum, REDCAT, Anthology Film Archives, The Chimney NYC, and others.
This workshop will take place on Zoom, with a capacity of 14 participants.
Suggested donation is $5-25, though no one will be turned away for lack of funds.
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