Welcome to Boundlessness for Breakfast!
The Artist Residency with Artspace Lifespace
took place from
at the Vestibules in Bristol, UK
Find out more about the live performance below and you can also buy the Introductory Embodiment as the One Heart Video Lesson that takes you around major pasrts of the exhibition, weaving together the art work, the poetry and the in-depth introductory considerations typical for the Embodiment as the one Heart process in which creative expression and self-enquiry inform each other and effectively become one process.
Below you can watch excerpts of the immersive live performance we developed in the exhibition space turning exhibits into props at times. The acoustic in the space was extremely tricky for spoken word, which is why we kept it to a minimum. I added the words subtely into the screen to help with the the understanding of what was spoken:
“I could have watched them all day. It was a mesmerising performance with so many unexpected turns that really held my attention.”
Ayan Cilmi, ArtSpace LifeSpace Booking Coordinator
I have had a phenomenal time exploring what would happen if “Embodiment as the One Heart” has a whole space to it’s various creative expressions. What would it become? It became an exhibition, an invocation, an immersive theatre set, a performative self-enquiry, a dining room serving infinity cabbage -as Marie called it-, an inspiration, an inter-active experiential space, a space for deep conversations and an opportunity for heartfelt being and in-depth connection. It became a space for feeling challenged also and for bringing awareness to how we put ourselves and others in limiting boxes. The feedback to the performances was amazing and so was the feedback to the exhibition alone. I understand now so much better, how creative expression can bring to life that bridge from heart to heart and I understand now, why just making images and hanging them into a gallery and talking about ‘the art’ was never really what exited me. It is the embodied experience of a ‘living’ room that makes me want to be there. This beautiful student just felt moved to engage with the exhibition:
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