OORS was part of this bit of urban magic. The Fallow Time Festival, sponsored by iLand, one of our affinities, is an amazing weeklong celebration of the wild world here in the five boroughs, through dance science writing planning performing camping activating, etc. Here’s the OORS Workshop description for Geometries of Recognition* “I enter into […]
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OoRS on Governors Island: Writing On It All
SUNDAY, JUNE 23 at NOON Dance improvisor Jovanina Pagano, and OoRS officer Rachel Levitsky will facilitate an afternoon happening in a house on Governors Island, part of Alexandra Chasin’s visionary project: Writing On It All. Our happening is called: Against the Wall: Migration/Habitation/Erasing/Tracing Writing On It All invites people to write on every conceivable and […]
Recuperarte: An Interview with Maria D’Almada
OoRS to bring Environmental Dance/Architecture/Poetry to Pratt Institute
OoRS to Present at Ecopoetics Conference
UC Berkeley, Wheeler Hall
Sunday, February 24, 8-10 a.m.
OoRS on Roundtable:
Ground Scores: Unburying Ecologies through Embodied Practice
David Buuck, Seung-Jae Lee, Rachel Levitsky, Ira Livingston, Jennifer Scappettone, Kathy Westwater
OoRS aims to share OoRS’ transdisciplinary pedagogical strategies as deployable ecopoetics tools for practice. OoRS strategies are designed to encourage the rerouting of nostalgia into emergent fields of knowing and making and to maximize the use of a present and helping community in the making of constructing ideas, work and new forms. As we conceive ‘community’ to include place, objects and environment, we formulate our workshops and installations to be site-specific. Work that comes out of OoRS may be individually constructed and/or of a single discipline, but it necessarily emerges from conversation and border-crossing exercises. We will provide the materials and directions for conference attendees to try some recuperative strategies on-site at the Berkeley campus during the conference.