Liminal Habit

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July 6 - July 24, 2020
12:00AM - 12:00AM
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Add to Calendar 2020-07-06 00:00:00 2020-07-24 00:00:00 Liminal Habit   Hopkins Hall Gallery Summer Series #4  Artists: Amber Elison and Yıldız Güventürk Programming To celebrate Liminal Habit, we will be holding a special livestream! During the event, the artists will engage in a dynamic conversation about the show’s exploration of space, orientation, and memory through movement. After this conversation, there will be a facilitated discussion with UAS Intern Genevieve Wagner to dive deeper into their piece. Join us on Friday. July 10th at 6:30 PM (EST) on urbanartsspace Instagram Live for an engaging exploration of movement and memory!            bending to reverse, reversing to extend over the time, under the skin a world suspends, an inhale floats         connection asks; what to catch and how to preserve surface detangles the streams         potential within detailed simplicity confusion elucidates, what velocity illudes               following what the smell promises in the fold of leading tenderness one’s own recollection is one’s own reality         curving the under half-way through permanent transitory       -    How does space enable and enliven body memory? What is the body’s strategy to extend itself and harness nostalgia in a particular space? Inspired by the recent stay-at-home orders, accessing what is at-hand, we explore ideas from Gaston Bachelard’s The Poetics of Space and Sara Ahmed’s Queer Phenomenology, negotiating the body’s capacity to extend and orient to a domestic space through physical and kinesthetic agency as well as psychological and spiritual inquiry. As an ongoing process, this collaborative project is researching the complexity of memory by taking a close look at representation of sensation through sound and video.     Hopkins Hall Gallery Summer Series features short-term projects including performances, installations, audience-participatory work, and public programs or activities by Ohio State University graduate students. Online Hopkins Hall Gallery uas@osu.edu America/New_York public
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Hopkins Hall Gallery Summer Series #4 

Artists: Amber Elison and Yıldız Güventürk


Programming

To celebrate Liminal Habit, we will be holding a special livestream! During the event, the artists will engage in a dynamic conversation about the show’s exploration of space, orientation, and memory through movement. After this conversation, there will be a facilitated discussion with UAS Intern Genevieve Wagner to dive deeper into their piece. Join us on Friday. July 10th at 6:30 PM (EST) on urbanartsspace Instagram Live for an engaging exploration of movement and memory! 

 


 

 
 
 

bending to reverse, reversing to extend

over the time, under the skin

a world suspends, an inhale floats

 

 

 

 

connection asks; what to catch

and how to preserve

surface detangles the streams

 

 

 

 

potential within detailed simplicity

confusion elucidates,

what velocity illudes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

following what the smell promises

in the fold of leading tenderness

one’s own recollection is one’s own reality

 

 

 

 

curving the under

half-way through

permanent transitory

 

 

 

 

How does space enable and enliven body memory? What is the body’s strategy to extend itself and harness nostalgia in a particular space?

Inspired by the recent stay-at-home orders, accessing what is at-hand, we explore ideas from Gaston Bachelard’s The Poetics of Space and Sara Ahmed’s Queer Phenomenology, negotiating the body’s capacity to extend and orient to a domestic space through physical and kinesthetic agency as well as psychological and spiritual inquiry. As an ongoing process, this collaborative project is researching the complexity of memory by taking a close look at representation of sensation through sound and video.

 


 

Hopkins Hall Gallery Summer Series features short-term projects including performances, installations, audience-participatory work, and public programs or activities by Ohio State University graduate students.

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