Walk & Talks: Katrina Brown – On gravity, rhythm and (dis)orientation

Whilst walking, I am curious to discuss how we think we are orientating our bodies and selves in relation to the ground, to the things around us, to sound and to each other – how do we understand our verticality in relation to the gravitational pull of the ground, the rhythm of our steps, swinging arms, breathing. This Walk & Talk is a way of getting to talk about what disorientates us, pulls us off our axis, catches our breath. A walk that talks around the physics and perception of standing in the world – and unexpected sensations of disorientation.

photo credits: Kat Hall

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