Wednesday, 1 July 2009

Body as Interface

As we play with different contexts for multiple interactions both within and beyond the moving and 'networking' body we cross its different modes of communication. We go through the automatic, the habitual, and the range of seemingly unconscious processes that trigger movement.

While practising with different para-structures (those accommodating the psychosomatic dynamics in relation to external conditions) that formulate their own interactive knowledge we talk about cybernetic etymology - about messages in circuit, which basically sees information as difference that makes a difference as a basis for interactive patterns.

This process of differentiation as a point of interaction occupies us for a longer while. It seems a dynamically powerful condition of suspended connectivity grounded in separation and disengagement that generates.

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