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My Summer Internship at CERN

It has been been almost three months since the ending of  my best ever summer experience! I have finally found the time and ambiance to write about this. 433 more words


In relation to "Improvising Translation"

During the last two OPENLAB sessions I facilitated at Chisenhale Dance Space I proposed some ideas inspired by reading Jaques Rancière’s The Ignorant Schoolmaster.

I would like to share with you here a series of randoms thoughts and writings before and after the session, in one part there is a facebook thread including a passage from the book that was partially the reason for the inspiration, especially for the idea of ‘improvising’. 2,488 more words

OPENLAB sessions on Friday 11th September 2015: "Out with the eyes – A sensorial smorgasbord" with Manou Koreman

Last Friday we re-took the weekly sessionS in the studio at Chisenhale Dance Space, and for this re-start of OL’s academic year we had the pleasure of enjoying of Manou’s proposition to have a long session during which we would be blind-folded… … 395 more words


Intimacy and space – exploration of the performing body

Openlab 19th June 15

This OPENLAB session was an invitation to ask questions regarding the performing body. Exploring intimacy and space was a suggested perspective from which to explore. 329 more words


The Arts Will Save Health Care

By Kendra Delicaet (@UHNOpenLab)

From theatre, to visual arts, music and dance, the arts are a significant bridge between the patient experience and healthcare professionals. 898 more words


FAN2 Day 1 - Openlab Taipei Visit and Launch Party

Ni hao!

We are finally here in Taiwan, a beautiful country. Its wide road-side pavements make a nice change from Vietnam. The rainy season is in this month so most people need to carry their own umbrella. 677 more words


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