In this class, we will explore the vastness of our inner landscape, attuning to its depth. How do we let it speak into shape through space and in dialogue with what surrounds us without forcing it out or without forcing meaning onto it?
We will cultivate a state of awareness that is wide, open, generous and non-prescriptive in its ability to receive ourselves and beyond. Tuning in to what’s happening inside of us we will become aware of how we take in what’s coming from the outside and how the two are intimately linked.
How do we receive ourselves and beyond without imposing narratives of what’s happening? How do we respond and dialogue without censoring or controlling? How do we create a welcoming state of mind for our inner landscape to emerge outwards? How do we let go of what it looks like, to trust what it feels like?
Cancellations & refunds
Prices for classes are kept very low and are subsidized by ID in order to support artists to attend. To keep admin manageable for our small team, we don’t offer refunds if you cancel or can’t attend a class, and we can’t transfer your booking to a different class/event. We hope this is understandable. If a class is cancelled or changed by ID however, we do offer refunds/transfers to everyone who has booked.
Claire Loussouarn is a movement artist, filmmaker, herbalist and anthropologist. Her movement practice is mainly based outdoors in dialogue with the more-than-human world but also includes embodied interaction with technology and the urban environment resisting romanticism or distinction between nature and culture. She regularly moves in Hackney Marshes where she has a project in collaboration with filmmaker Dominique Rivoal who has been filming her moving throughout the changing seasons of this natural landscape in the heart of the city for the last four and a half years. She is currently writing a movement book on how to be feral calling for the shedding of layers of social and cultural conditioning that weights our bodies and their wisdom. She co-founded Kinesthesia, a moving image festival which looks at the moving image from the perspective of the whole body and its senses and which questions the Western cultural bias for vision.