Body Iq 2016 Archives
Intercorporeity & Collectivity
11:00 - 12:30
FORMAT (workshop / performance / talk etc.
How is intercorporeity generated and experienced in and through movement? How does an emphatic relation to and a familiarity with each other develop? How is an ‘us’ formed through interbodily communication and resonance? Alternating movement and reflection, we are going to explore different forms of collectivity: Between homogenizing through unidirectional dynamics with a predetermined goal and a fixed group identity and processes of a complex and situational dialogue, where an ‘us’ without suppression of diversity may develop.
Undine Eberlein, studied at the FU Berlin and received her PhD in philosophy for an investigation on „Einzigartigkeit. Das romantische Individualitätskonzept der Moderne“ (Campus 2000); lecturer at the FU Berlin and Universität Magdeburg and for further adult education; at the same time training as a course instructor for Autogenous Training, Tai Chi and Qi Gong and active in somatic research; currently teaching at the ASH Berlin, doing research in “Leibphänomenologie” and publishing an anthology „Zwischenleiblichkeit und bewegtes Verstehen - Intercorporeity, Movement and Tacit Knowledge“.