From alienation to emancipation: what movements?

Monica Casadei, André Cognard, Robert Damien, Anne Garrigues, Isabelle Queval

This meeting of researchers, dancers and practitioners for the body concerns the ambivalent dimension of movements and standards in body languages.

Life is made up of gestures and movements. Walking, gardening, driving a car, dancing, working, etc. Movement is spontaneously considered to be liberating and a source of happiness.
Is this liberation enhanced by the individual paths, by social and institutional dynamics, by artistic research and/or aesthetic aims, or by all types of movement? How can the alienation of the body be overcome?

Monica Casadei, dancer and choreographer, Artemis danza Company, Bologna
André Cognard, Master of aikido and aïkishintaiso
Robert Damien, Professor of Philosophy, Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense, former rugby player and trainer
Anne Garrigues, Dancer and choreographer, Educator in Body Mind Centering
Isabelle Queval, Lecturer at the University of Paris Descartes and at CERLIS

Co-animated by Fabienne Martin-Juchat, Professor of information and communication science, GRESEC, University of Grenoble Alpes (UGA) and Thierry Ménissier, Professor of Philosophy, PPL (Philosophy, practices and languages), UGA.


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