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Materializing & Activating Radical Social Habitus (MARSH) is a new life-art lab site, established to research and implement bio-cultural praxes. We are looking forward to operating locally as part of the Carondelet neighborhood of St. Louis and globally as part of transitional movements lead by artists, thinkers, activists, and social practitioners.   PLEASE CONSIDER DONATING WHAT YOU CAN TO HELP US OPEN THE SITE THIS SPRING (2019)! Our first public programs will include the Bioculturealities Practical Symposium and Performance Festival in June, 2019. Visit our website to find the Open Call and more information:  www.marshlife-art.org

Materializing & Activating Radical Social Habitus (MARSH) is a new life-art lab site, established to research and implement bio-cultural praxes. We are looking forward to operating locally as part of the Carondelet neighborhood of St. Louis and globally as part of transitional movements lead by artists, thinkers, activists, and social practitioners.

PLEASE CONSIDER DONATING WHAT YOU CAN TO HELP US OPEN THE SITE THIS SPRING (2019)! Our first public programs will include the Bioculturealities Practical Symposium and Performance Festival in June, 2019. Visit our website to find the Open Call and more information: www.marshlife-art.org

Collaborative Precarity Bodyhacking is a series of cross-disciplinary workshops addressing precarity’s trauma-resonant effects on mind and body programming. These intensive gatherings will employ individual and group work that includes writing, performance, movement, breathwork, mindfulness, and dialogue. We will make space for reading, ritual, and emergent documentation. No previous experience in any of these disciplines is necessary, and exercises will be adaptable to the needs and abilities of different bodies.    Session I:    Thursday 1/24 + Friday 1/25, 10-2 : $20 suggested donation     Session II:    Saturday 1/26, 12:30-5 : $10 suggested donation   No one turned away for lack of funds. All bodies, disciplines, experience levels welcome.

Collaborative Precarity Bodyhacking is a series of cross-disciplinary workshops addressing precarity’s trauma-resonant effects on mind and body programming. These intensive gatherings will employ individual and group work that includes writing, performance, movement, breathwork, mindfulness, and dialogue. We will make space for reading, ritual, and emergent documentation. No previous experience in any of these disciplines is necessary, and exercises will be adaptable to the needs and abilities of different bodies.

Session I: Thursday 1/24 + Friday 1/25, 10-2 : $20 suggested donation

Session II: Saturday 1/26, 12:30-5 : $10 suggested donation

No one turned away for lack of funds. All bodies, disciplines, experience levels welcome.

When:  1st and 3rd Sundays evenings of each month   Where:  We rotate between two  MNDFL studios   UES: 239 E60th st, NYC, NY 10022  or  Williamsburg: 208 N. 8th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11211  *Please check out the  calendar  for the latest information.   What is Contact Improvisation?   Contact Improvisation is a two person movement meditation that draws from Aikido, a martial art and modern dance. Movers learn to follow and fall into a shared point of contact that can shift to any part of their body. Dances can range from sensitive and intimate to athletic and lively or an infinite other variation. There is no hierarchy. All bodies come into relationship across ability, gender, race, and skill level.

When: 1st and 3rd Sundays evenings of each month

Where: We rotate between two MNDFL studios

UES: 239 E60th st, NYC, NY 10022

or

Williamsburg: 208 N. 8th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11211

*Please check out the calendar for the latest information.

What is Contact Improvisation?

Contact Improvisation is a two person movement meditation that draws from Aikido, a martial art and modern dance. Movers learn to follow and fall into a shared point of contact that can shift to any part of their body. Dances can range from sensitive and intimate to athletic and lively or an infinite other variation. There is no hierarchy. All bodies come into relationship across ability, gender, race, and skill level.