Somatic Lab #8: An Exclusive--Sole Interview

a generative exercise that invokes Pauline Oliveros principles of deep listening to create new surfaces for sounding and resounding your writing

Pauline Oliveros said that her meditations had a goal of “expanded consciousness” and “humanitarian purposes; specifically healing.”  PHOTOGRAPH COURTESY THE CENTER FOR CONTEMPORARY MUSIC ARCHIVES, MILLS COLLEGE published in the New Yorker: https://www.newyorker.com/culture/culture-desk/listening-as-activism-the-sonic-meditations-of-pauline-oliveros

Pauline Oliveros said that her meditations had a goal of “expanded consciousness” and “humanitarian purposes; specifically healing.”

PHOTOGRAPH COURTESY THE CENTER FOR CONTEMPORARY MUSIC ARCHIVES, MILLS COLLEGE published in the New Yorker: https://www.newyorker.com/culture/culture-desk/listening-as-activism-the-sonic-meditations-of-pauline-oliveros

To access the Somatic Lab Notes for this exercise, check out our anthology Writing at the Edge. Share your creative and critical responses here.  Let's continue the conversation at/on/of/through/with the edge. 

Somatic Lab #7: iSEE

a generative exercise that questions capture, absorption, saturation, and re-release; in a hashtag world how can we separate the object from its constructs? 

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To access the Somatic Lab Notes for this exercise, check out our anthology Writing at the Edge. Share your creative and critical responses here.  Let's continue the conversation at/on/of/through/with the edge.