DEEP FLOW: an embodied materiality of dance, technology, and bodily experience

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Ginslov, J. (2022). DEEP FLOW: an embodied materiality of dance, technology, and bodily experience. Body, Space & Technology. 21 (1). https://doi.org/10.16995/bst.8118
AuthorsGinslov, J.
AbstractIn this research article, I argue that Deep Flow is an embodied materiality that may be experienced by exploring performative phenomenologies, entwining two different sets of research practice: phenomenological methodologies and artistic practice. In Deep Flow the practitioner entangles phenomenological methodologies, methods and research practices performatively such as embodied dance practice, the felt senses, drawings, verbal feedback and their analyses in relation to biometric data, from an embodied heart rate monitor. By looking inwardly, the practitioner experiences embodied phenomena and reveals these experiences in artistic practices in relation to the worlding in which they find themselves. These outcomes are considered as being differing materialities, flowing and converging through relational and phenomenological practice, Deep Flow and through this they become embodied by the practitioner, where new forms of embodied materialities emerge. I argue that in my practice, this is an experiential state, Deep Flow, where all human and non-human elements of the dance practice flow and course through the practitioner as an embodied materiality.
KeywordsComputer Graphics and Computer-Aided Design; Human-Computer Interaction; Arts and Humanities (miscellaneous)
Year2022
JournalBody, Space & Technology
Journal citation21 (1)
PublisherOpen Library of the Humanities
ISSN1470-9120
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.16995/bst.8118
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Online14 Feb 2022
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Accepted07 Jan 2022
Deposited18 Feb 2022
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