Drawing on the individual choreographic and embodied practices of Fernanda Muñoz-Newsome, Monsur Mansoor , and architectural artist Fran Edgerley, this workshop is an open event for women or non-binary identifying people where moving, conversation and exploring between private and public space are in focus.
The workshop will be a culmination of a two day process of exchange between the artists. It is a strand of a collaborative project between Fernanda and Fran where collective walking, offerings and curating shared experiences in public space can re-orient us around otherness in urban environments. It will also be the first part of research into a new group work of Fernanda’s. Mansoor is a guest collaborator also working between private and public space.
We will explore re-orienting from collective and independent practices.
We will be speaking, walking, dancing, tuning to our unruly bodies and voices.
We will re-experience our public/private bodies and environments, reclaiming agency while growing new bodies.
We will discover what is already present and stay with becoming uncivilised, being in our own pleasure.
To book a place please click here, or call 0151 7072277.
An honorarium is available to participants to help with costs of childcare, travel, missed work time for those who need it, and access costs.
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With thanks to Arts Council England for their funding support.