Workshop: To touch and to be touched

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In addition to my paper presentation I also gave a short (60 min) workshop at the EcoJustice and Activism conference.

To touch and to be touched – sensory explorations out in the nature
This workshop is for everyone! In this workshop we will communicate without words. The workshop provides its participants a moment to experience the state of conscious presence through various tasks and the phenomenological concept of lived body opens up in a more concrete way. We will do some body awareness exercises and sensory tasks and we will also explore our connection to the other people and our surroundings.
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Raisa Foster
Raisa Foster

Dr. Raisa Foster (b. 1976) is an independent researcher/artist/educator. She completed her PhD in 2012 at the University of Tampere, Finland. She graduated as a dance animateur from School of Dance, Victorian College of the Arts (University of Melbourne) in 2006, and as a Master of Arts (visual culture) from Aalto University in 2015. Foster is experienced in directing and producing multi-discipline performances. Foster is mostly known from her artistic works with young men, Katiska (2008), Ketjureaktio (2012) and Rikka (2014). She has created her own artistic/pedagogical method Tanssi-innostaminen®, a pedagogical method The Pedagogy of Recognition as well as an arts-based research method eragraphy. Foster is currently interested in combining different artistic and more traditional qualitative research methods in her practice as an artist/researcher/educator and establishing her unique approach to performance art.

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