Migration of Gestures
Technological mediation, notions of real space time, displacement of gestures both in creative practice and identity as a result of technological mediation.
Intermediated Phases of Gestures
The transitory nature of gesture
Mapping the gestural sphere
To think about gestures in terms of historical distance
Gestures and it’s temporalities
A gesture? Or an image?
Historical or methodological approaches to gestures’
Memory, knowledge and duration of the past through gestures
The gesture face with the primacy of the image
How to conceptualize the memory of the body as an archive
To start from the gesture in the present mean to start from the gestural experience
Understanding the gestures through the experiences, perceptions and knowledge i get from them
Practices, experiences and interpretation
Questions about the sensitive experience of a gesture
What gesture was carried? Or carried by?
Gestures in the context of the act of caring
What are you relying on to feed the gesture?
The mass floating support of gestures
Conceiving the duration of gestures in large hyper gestural regime
Diagram is made by a semiotical matter and physically matter - deleuze and guattari
Gesture contain in itself some dimension of space and time - gestural beings
Gestures that in their migration process and mediation, they produce new ways of seeing, unexpected emergence, alternative meanings. To think about somatic expressions in terms of an archive that migrate across bodies, time.
Gestures have the potential to bridge the imaginable and unimaginable, the past and future, the archivable and unarchivable, making connections across time and space.
Inscriptions that hang and expand in unpredictable ways as a living embodied archive migrates across borders, bodies, and materials.
(Carrie Noland) Gestures shape affects that lack prefixes, confined meaning.
When Gesture Becomes Event
The body makes digital technology perform through embodied movement, gestures, and the practices of streaming capturing recording and mediating.
Inscription for Tomorrow
Focus is on the interdisciplinary nature of gesture
Gestures are ubiquitous and natural in our everyday life. They convey information about culture, discourse, thought, intentionality, emotion, intersubjectivity.
Affects as -in-between the words of gestures,- “it is the unspoken”
Affect belong to the domain of Impression intuition memory imagination (Susan Kozel)
Performative encounters, we are Gesturing to other places, other forms of connection, and at the same time, calling into question visibility, liveness, and materiality of artistic expressions.
Performative Gesture of looking backward
“The gesture of the time-lag is one that shows itself, by virtue of the still, to be a gesture—to have posture, to enunciate. That posture, that enunciation, does not solely happen in past time, nor singularly in present time, but steers a wobbly course through repetition and reappearance— reappearance rife with all the tangled stuff of difference/sameness that anachronism, or syncopated time, or basic citationality affords”
(p. 143).Schneider, Rebecca, Performing Remains,