the floating village
soft devotion to radical change
The Floating Village focuses on developing co-creative practice in rural contexts, through body and movement knowledge. Coming from dance, choreography and visual arts perspectives, this combined approach to body land relationships draws from both archaeological and ecological inquiry, exploring with urgency transdisciplinary methods to co-create with communities, both real (established) /imaginary (future). This forms a curatorial practice that is committed to nurturing an ethical space that can hold diversity and yet support creative autonomy, motivated by soft devotion to radical change.
The Floating Village
….. proposes an integrated, multitemporal, embodied approach at the intersection of co-creation.
......fields multiple voices from the start to uphold agency, individual care and considerations in creative platforms.
...… arrives at states of interconnectivity and inclusivity, creating possibilities for radical change in our current climate through understanding complex as well as celebratory aspects of engaged ecology.