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intra-actively,
workshop with Azarara Ubera Biedma

Sat 2 March 2019

For this discussion and movement-based workshop, Katherine invites Azahara Ubera Biedma to think together and experiment intra-actively with Azahara’s current methodologies of Manada. Manada (herd) is a tool-box of methodologies that is activated with different groups and situations, in workshops, laboratories, exhibitions, and in hybrid spaces, to create and collaborate in the creation of collective knowledge through a technological, transfeminist, and posthumanistic approach to the body. As a basic group practice, it is useful to open up spaces of trust, care, and physical comfort with others, in order to create a sense of a group or a temporal community.This workshop is for all kinds of bodies, for our bodies!

Azahara Ubera is an independent researcher, dancer, and choreographer who inhabits the liminal spaces of dance, contemporary art, pedagogy, and activism, inside and outside of institutions and as part of different collectives such as Somatecx (a research group on feminist-queer practices initiated by Paul B. Preciado, Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid, 2013), and Les Bordes (a project on gender and identity through the mix of dance, video, and experimental music).