Kat Brown's Writing (4)

PROCESS//HABIT

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Habit and repetition. Habit and repetition are important to understand somatically when working with improvisation. Repetition can create space for deepening, through each repetition the movement becomes embodied with greater ease and less conscious awareness. This can serve to…

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Added by Kat Brown on May 17, 2017 at 6:16am — No Comments

ESSAY // Ana Mendata’s Siluetas Series

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    The concrete nature of bodily being is typically in contrast with the ephemeral nature of the…

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Added by Kat Brown on September 29, 2016 at 7:56am — No Comments

PROCESS // Because I am 1,000 Grains of Sand

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Because I am 1,000 Grains of Sand -

December 8, 2015

Site Specific

UT, US



Artist Statement

Because I am 1,000 Grains of Sand is a long duration movement piece that took place in the desert of Southern Utah. It is because of our…

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Added by Kat Brown on September 29, 2016 at 7:53am — No Comments

INTERVIEW // Dance as an exploration of the Nature/Culture Continuum: An Interview with Sondra Fraleigh

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    Dance is an art that can only exist through continuous embodiment, it’s a living expression of self and symbol that exists in the perpetual present moment. Dance is made through bodies in motion; the body is a biological entity, but the body in dance is also a…

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Added by Kat Brown on March 18, 2016 at 9:18am — No Comments

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