Are audio guides that last about 1.5hours and invite a personal improvisation movement practice by carving attention to sensory input, experiential anatomy and imagery. People engage with it in parks across London and further afield in Europe. Conceived for lockdown it allows one’s practice to unfold in relation to others while keeping a safe distance. We propose large open spaces for people to move alone yet see each other and visually connect.
It is an outdoor activity where a shared physical presence that is safe installs reflections on our relationship to nature. It proposes that movement is a state of aliveness and a way of life which people can engage in by moving and witnessing. The guide is for all ages and backgrounds as participants adapt it to their needs.
This way we can still connect and not feel isolated in our practice outdoors or isolated overall. We hope that people from all walks of life can join us and get to know how we navigate and make sense in order to connect not only to moving but moving together as a means to move on …
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