BodyWeather Bellambi, 1 - 3, July 2016
An inspirational 3 days immersed in the relationship between perception, body and landscape. A particular focus on intimate immensity - the miniature and the macro. From eyes tracing 360 degree of the horizon - like a tiny ant - climbing over every hillock, treetop, suburban rooftop, smooth plane of sea, and the escarpment; to the world of the orange: blindfold yourself and eat an orange on the beach for 40 minutes. To thoughts of the minuscule movements found in stillness and attempting impossible tasks at 1mm per second. The last day brought performance meditations along the pathways and beaches of Bellambi - images shimmering, resonating in memory. This is the second Bellambi workshop I have facilitated and may many more occur.
Participants: Kirsten Packham, Gideon Payton-Griffiths, Angela French, Imogen Cranna, Cath MacNamara, Christie Woodhouse, Renay Ringma, Sarah Pini, Angela Berzeviczy, Cleo Mees, Stella Chen, Kevin Ng and Rachel Kendrington.
|Photo Gideon Payton-Griffiths|