In all our stimming brilliance: neurodiversity in contemporary arts practice - Part 1
Part 1 'Enminded and embodied practice' in a series of online discussions introducing neurodiversity and neurodivergent identity to arts practitioners. Embodied practice is well-established within contemporary visual and performance arts, the idea that the body and experience of living in a body expresses something more than the depiction of the body itself. Enminded practice foregrounds an awareness of different cognitive styles and processing, emotional modalities and sensory being that integrate with embodied experience. This talk brings three artists, Tzipporah Johnston, Sam Metz and Priya Mistry, who work across a broad range of disciplines, to discuss how their work responds to these practices from a neurodivergent perspective.
Book now: This course is funded by Scottish Union Learning and we need you to complete these two forms (below) in advance - please note you need to input the course name 'Neurodiversity in Arts Practice' and the reference number H040.
We will email you a Zoom meeting link one week prior to the 3 online sessions.