Embodied Perspectives on Sculpture: A Case Study in Interdisciplinary Research

Tashkiran, Ayse, Ewan, Vanessa and Gerstein, Alexandra (2018) Embodied Perspectives on Sculpture: A Case Study in Interdisciplinary Research. In: Art History: Undisciplined?, 19th June 2018, The Courtauld Institute of Art, Somerset House, Strand, London. (Submitted)


The International Community for Movement (ICM) aims to connect and extend the field of actor movement by offering workshops, discussion and talks for professional movement practitioners and actors. The ICM acts as a gathering point for the development of movement teachers, movement directors and other movement practitioners working in theatre, actor training and allied fields.

The MA/MFA Movement: Directing and Teaching course leaders have curated the ICM; the combined specialisms of Vanessa Ewan and Ayse Tashkiran of actor movement pedagogy and movement direction pedagogy inform the events of this community. In the pilot phase we have run a series of creative, teaching research projects and workshops that have shared practices, as well as initiated and responded to questions arising from movement direction and actor movement.


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