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PISO proyecto

12249538886?profile=originalPISO como plataforma de la improvisacion


en plancha HOY martes 24, 1:30 Inter Metro, Puerto Rico


en plancha este  jueves 26 en el lote, Cinema Paradiso en la calle Loiza, Puerto Rico

junto a los estudiantes y profesoras del Departamento de Arquitectura de la Politecnica.


como plataforma para la improvisacion:en la Trienal. 28 abril hasta agosto 2012.

Arsenal de la Puntilla, VSJ, Puerto Rico


en plancha, en un espacio performativo: DanceSpace Project, NYC, mayo 19, 2012


en plancha fuera del area metro este verano 2012, Puerto Rico.



aun esperamos por nuestra primera respuesta afirmativa a varias propuestas que hemos solicitado



esta es una manera de apoyar este proyecto AHORA.






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Laura Taler, maker of the wonderful A VERY DANGEROUS PASTIME and Village Trilogy, said during her talk at Dance on Camera Festival that one of her professors urged her to use proprioceptive writing as a part of her practice.  "Through PW you learn to listen to your thoughts with impassioned curiosity, reflect on them imaginatively, and set them free."

Put on music that can run for 25 minutes, listen to your thoughts and play on them in print daily.


According to Wikipedia

"Proprioception (pronounced /ˌproʊpri.ɵˈsɛpʃən/ PRO-pree-o-SEP-shən), from Latin proprius, meaning "one's own" and perception, is the sense of the relative position of neighbouring parts of the body. 

In 1906, Charles Scott Sherrington published a landmark work that introduced the terms 'proprioception', 'interoception', and 'exteroception'. The 'exteroceptors' are the organs responsible for information from outside the body such as the eyes, ears, mouth, and skin. The interoceptors then give information about the internal organs, while 'proprioception' is awareness of movement derived from muscular, tendon, and articular sources."

Suggestions to get started...

soak in the  natural world

close your eyes and take slow, deep breaths. 

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