GENERATIVE CONSTRAINTS

 

The body represents a multiplicity of possibilities, speaking to the corporeality of a subject, the work produced by a practitioner, and a collective (for example, the student body and the body politic). Through reading, workshops and discussion, we will interrogate resistance, prescription, embodiment and the social.

 

- What is your favourite organ?

- Arm or leg?

- Smooth or abrasive (rough, scratchy)?

- Solid / fluid / gas?

- Fluids: secrete / leak / share / absorb?

- How much do you love?

- Where does it hurt?

- Turn towards or away?

- Alpha or beta?

- Dominant or submissive?

- Do you want to join in?

- How allergic are you?

- How much of your self is your brain?

- What would make you more comfortable?

- Where is your centre?

 

 

This workshop was organised as part of the Practice-Based Research Programme at Royal Holloway, University of London. If you would like more information about the Programme, please click here.