Sound/Somatics Research into Movement.
It is a practice led research based on the exploration of sound, water and somatic, as a strategy to explore subtle scales of perception and affects, involved in our attention states and modes of participation in the world.
The movement practice – Embodying Listening – is based on somatic approaches and sound experimentation, developed by following body connections, impulses, cycles, curves of perception and emotion, internal and external rhythms and flows, in similarity to tidal movements.
Experimentation with inherent sounds of the body, small movements and resonances of the space, the aim is to investigate interconnections between matter and energy, body and mind developing a performative and sound practice.
This practice is crossed by the study of craniosacral practice and Klein Technique, sound experimentation, and creative writing as a way of mobilizing imaginaries and sensibilities of listening and movement.