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Ears Trumpet - an embodied practice of listening

Ears Trumpet - an embodied practice of listening

Artistic Research Fellow Fernanda Branco guides a session of embodied practice where the sense of listening is highlighted.

In this session the participants can experience Branco’s artistic practice based on micro gestures of attentiveness.

Ears Trumpet takes place at Video Room at KHiO library 16th of September at 17:00.
Registration needed. Few places available. To register send an email to:

This session is part of Branco’s PhD Artistic Research Project Environment embodiment – towards enchanted narrative at the Theatre department. The research aims at developing embodied practices of movement and voice throughout encounters with environments and matters from a sympoiesis (making-with) perspective.

The research is processual based on becoming-with, where a personal movement-voice practice intertwines with somatic movement knowledge and Micro-phenomenology modes of inquire. The central premise is that the body is also an environment.