Live Art Workshop - Moss Beynon Juckes
Book a place: http://esoterra.brownpapertickets.com
Concs £90, Early Bird £120, Full Price £150
Friday - 5pm - 9pm
Saturday - 10am - 4pm
Sunday - 10am - 4pm
A live art workshop exploring emotional labour & endogenous encounters
A 3 Day intensive corporeal visual art LAB on devising self empowered, group initiated contemporary rituals with original compositions and voice work.
Moss Beynon Juckes aka MAMATRIX invites a small collective to co-develop and test among ourselves underground & personalised NEO ART RITUALS for all transformative occasions in life/ age of aquarius/world healing. This is an opportunity to come together and pool our resources, our fantasies and fictions and give something back. It is important that you want to use your voice in the quest for sending out vibrational forces.
Each day begins with somatic experiments to open awareness, detach from habits and enter into an embodied trip that engages the body, mind, spirit into a change of state and gets the heart moving. We will use various exercises that combine breath, voice, movement and contact from practices such as: holotropic breath, birth preparation, psychomagic visualisations, and experimental theatre, to prepare generosity through intimacy and trust().
The next stage will be more about devising ways of collecting information about each other and assessing the primary issues, concerns, desires and needs. We will be fantasising about the intrinsic relationship between the individual and the other. How can we play with our super powers of inter connection? What are the relevant questions to be asked? How would we like to be assessed? How do we set up a self examination? Drawing from online questionnaires and the latest methods in psychology and neuroscience we will craft this process for the person in focus.
The final stage will allow the "art patient" to co-produce their own neo ritual for the millennium. We will tell the other “art healers” what we want and the group will devise a ritual format drawing from our individual practices and what we have experienced during the body/work sessions.
This is not a public performance. It is important to bring your own resources to the lab such as your technology, music set ups, instruments and training clothes.
Moss Beynon Juckes’ practice lies between music, movement and wellness facilitation. Her performance practice has often mixed modern wellness techniques with contemporary dance and music composition. Her work has drawn from diverse practices such as singing, holotropic breathing, continuum breath work, labour, transforming pain, sacred water squirting, invented meditations and mantras, yoga, beat boxing, voice and movement, choreographic improvisation, improvised composition, sound circles, sound painting and extended vocal techniques, BMC, experimental theatre, visualisations, choreography and composition.