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THE WONDERER’S INTITAL IDEAS ON HER CLASSES

“You are not lost. Wherever you are is called here, and you must treat it as a powerful stranger.” The Wonderer is fascinated by the ways senses are activated when we all of a sudden find ourselves in an unknown environment and give into the sensation of being lost without fear. Leading a nomadic life she longs for moments in which she can with a childlike curiosity connect with her…

THE BIRTH OF THE I AM

A voice cries out loud and clear. It´s a human voice. Strong, beautiful and universally unique. You might recall the deep agony of giving birth. And the joy of that cry symbolizing that new life is present. I have experienced two new human beings being born in the past month. A baby girl. A baby boy. Both of them with clear distinct and personal voices full of life. Their only…

THE (W)HOLE’S INITIAL THOUGHTS ON HER CLASSES..

I am interested in dedicated, extended processes in a group, like long-term relationships, like Club de la Faye’s ‘Rituel du Papillon’ project, like Pina Bausch worked with her family of dancers, like Frank recording an album. Where the unique inner culture is shaped, where unwritten law is clear to everyone that everyone feels responsibility to hop into a leader’s role when needed; where everyone understands that we all have to…

THE SOUND SEEKER

The Sound Seeker is a musician and a scientist who is constantly seeking the inner sounds of everybody and everything. His ultimate goal is to pursue The Melody of Life. He does that from his laboratory at Inkonst and through his students. The Sound Seeker urges everybody to find the inner sounds and vibrations of all things around them both material and immaterial and to listen to them as a…

Teaching in a sensuous society – Questions

Sensuousness in the centre Speach bubbles demand answers to different levels of commitment from the students: leading the way, you ask: “Coming or going, sir?” choosing an experience, you ask: “Committing or quitting, young master?” questioning or finding doubt, you ask: “Staying or swaying, madam?” receiving or finding trust, you ask: “Opening or closing, miss?” The structure asks you: What do you see? Encourages you to: Write concrete ideas: Now,…

Relation between performance art and teaching – a rough draft

Central to this page is a conventional understanding of Performance versus Teaching Each mode of interaction has a set of inferred qualities. Here, the claim is that Performance (as in performance art) poses questions, while teaching delivers answers. Teaching presupposes knowledge, which can be correct (or incorrect), it has a number of sources (books, images, films, etc.) and is generally understood to need acquiering. At the same time, Teaching includes methods, which can…

Just words

The world of sisteres academy. In two weeks i have been sensing tasting and talking a driftnet language. it have been a derney worth to try a derney where you have trust your self and to bee brave, becurese you have to be open, and you have to say yes to a lot of streans thinks, and that can be scary for a lot of peapole, I have been lucky…

My experience with Sisters Academy, Mads Baltzer Stanley

My experience with Sisters Academy The first day of Sisters Academy met me with great surprise. The very first thing that I did after stepping into the universe, was to communicate with a man named The Silence. We sat with him for a very long time chatting, and the funny thing about it was; we didn’t say a word! After this I was hungry after more. I found it extremely…

Sisters Academy

It was okay for me to be in Sisters Academy, because I have learned good things. About my self, and also about how I am best at learning in my classes. When I spoke to the performers id liked it, and I though that I got something good out of it for my self, so that was good, but when it came to my classes… it was okay to try…

My experience with Sisters Academy

Concerning Sisters Academy I wasn’t sure what I was going into on that first day. My expectation was neither bad nor good; actually I had decided not to have any expectations at all and therefor having a completely open mind. When I arrived at the academy the first day I was overwhelmed with impressions. There were so many weird and unusual people, which of course was the staff. My first…