DIZZINESS — A Resource

Dizziness and Verticality

21st February 2020
10:30 am

University for the Creative Arts
UCA Canterbury
New Dover Road
Canterbury
Kent
CT1 3AN

Tel: +44 (0)1227 817 302

 

A seminar about Verticality in art, film and architecture, organized by artist Catherine Yass.

27th Jan – Artist Talk Catherine Yass to all students
13th March – Davide Deriu
27th March – Catherine James
24th April – Chris Kul-Want
1st May – Josie Kane
7th May – Terry Perk

 

Dizziness and Verticality – Ruth Anderwald + Leonhard Grond

Dizziness is a phenomenon of the senses, of sensing and sense. We differentiated the word sense into three transversal fields to define dizziness: sensory input (stands for the corporeal aspect of dizziness), emotion (the emotional spectrum of dizziness), and meaning. We understand transversality here as intersectionality and interrelatedness. Along these three transversal fields of sense, we will discuss the phenomenon and concept of dizziness, bringing together different disciplinary viewpoints and connections to verticality.

 

© Anderwald + Grond

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