Activity: Talk or presentation › Oral presentation
Individually and collectively we traverse the connections through ecopoetics, the relationship to the land, sea and ways of being in ourselves, the world and place. Of interest to us is the interplay between the visible and invisible worlds and the way our own voices and stories respond, reflect and are changed by the natural world. The interface between bodies and earth form and inform our ways of being in the world and teaching practice. The sensate world takes prominence in these somatic and movement utterances where dialogue with the self, other, soil and sea give rise to breath and language itself.