...a place, a setting, a wall, where play and practise may find shelter. Where play may be seen as a cluster of capabilities or potentialities, playfully approached through an expansion or narrowing of the field: with or without a ball, with or without linear limits, a slow or a quickening rhythm, etc. – T.U.
This website hopes to support and encourage the creation of temporary and ongoing settings "where play and practise may find shelter." Alone and with others, finding common points of departure, hearing and exploring difference.
Two digital-films exploring movement, athletics and everyday living: Body & Being: Before The Wall and Leaping, Looping: Before The Call.
The tracing and retracing of ongoing threads: experiments with dialogue, listening, language, silence, time, noise, soundings, etc.
Our own circumstances, our own particular places and settings, can we find shelter here? Take a breath, tweak the clock, notice timings, rhythms, (soft) edges, balances, feelings, emotions, insights, etc. Shift a little from our normal ways of seeing and action, sense the potentials, open and sense the emergent capacities.
-lysis, from Gk. -lytikos, from lytikos "able to loose, loosing," from lytos "loosed," verbal adjective oflyein "to unfasten, loose, loosen, untie". untyen, Middle English