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Sensing the city; artists, embodiment and urban space #2

My second post from the Sensing the City Salon focusses on Victoria Hunter’s presentation about her dance research work in the area of Raval in Barcelona, Spain. Where with a colleague Ana Moya Pellitero, she worked with a group of … Continue reading

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Sensing the city; artists, embodiment and urban space #1

I recently attended an event entitled Sensing the City Salon, at Coventry University, part of the research programme which is ‘Documenting and mapping the tempers of urban place (a practice-based case study of the city of Coventry)’, jointly led Warwick … Continue reading

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Nothing ventured…‘interlocal’ projects potential to contribute to building up Place Capital

Marijana Rimanic from Pogon in Zagreb, Croatia also gave a presentation as part of the Nothing ventured… seminars in June. She described the Corners of Europe project which involves around 9 cultural institutions and over 20 artists from across Europe. … Continue reading

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Nothing ventured… mutual empowerment through international exchange

David Irle works for Reseau en Scene, a performing arts development agency for the Languedoc-Roussillon region in France. He gave a presentation as part of Nothing ventured…nothing gained, the 2 day seminar programme I set up which shared models and … Continue reading

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The significance of exploring how we relate to each other as strangers

A significant area of thinking came up for me during the Beyond Glorious conference within the discussion following Helen Iball, Sarah Amsler and Sophie Hope’s presentations. The question – how do we relate as strangers to each other? was asked. In … Continue reading

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