the physical consequence to knowing, london 2021 (last edited: 2021)

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My research revolves around the questions: what is the difference between theoretical knowledge and bodily knowledge and what is the physical consequence to knowing? My interest lies in articulating study as a quintessentially physical practice and asking in which way would the institution need to structurally reorganise to organise around the experience of study (Bonnie 1994), instead of study as defined by documented intellectual accomplishment? I have come to understand dancers' obedience as integral to the economy and the politic of dance study and dance making. I am looking at how obedience relates to silence, and why a dancer who can afford to learn how not to be silent myst be seen as a threat too the economic, political, and social alignment of neoliberal capitalism.
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