DIZZINESS — A Resource

Observation 8

Share on Facebook, Tweet – Posted on 25.06.2015

Leonhard Grond
Instability to Provoke Reorganisation

Improvisation for me means to steadily scan my environment with all my senses in order to be able to react. This monitoring was a movement or awareness in as many directions as possible. Read More.
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Charlotte Hug
Insomnia Vertigo

Performance by Charlotte Hug at Navigating in the Unknown, Monday 11 May, 2015. Read More.
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Vertigo in the City

Vertigo in the City brings together an eclectic mix of scholars, clinicians, practitioners and artists to share perspectives on vertigo. The multidisciplinary conversations explore how sensations of dizziness and disorientation are diagnosed, analysed, evoked, induced, critiqued and represented, with a particular focus on the built environment. Read More.
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Ruth Anderwald
Headlessness1 as Dizziness

Drifting away my perception changes. I can only recognise parts of what I do, see, hear and experience. Only in a quiet, secluded environment can I enjoy this state of dizziness, because I can deliver myself into it. Read More.
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Taumel Issue 3

Proceeding seems easier now. And finally, after the bend I will have certainty. Read More.
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Taumel – Navigating in the Unknown

The process of slipping into dizzying freefall, of sliding into uncertainty, becoming stuck, losing one’s way, giving up are as much actions as occurrences, both active and passive. Dizziness is a midway state at the point where everything and nothing seems possible, where certainty and uncertainty are in superposition, marked by an increasing loss of control. Read More.
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Observation 7

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Taumel Issue 2

Why do we fall sir? So that we can learn to pick ourselves up. Read More.
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Taumel – On the Borders of the Unknown

The end of the extent of our knowledge defines the borders of our world as we know it. Since the concept of the world as a plate, right up to the discovery of the existence of dark matter, this has not changed. Read More.
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Vivian Ostrovsky
Ruth Gadish
Blown Away

First sketches of Vivan Ostrovsky's and Ruth Gadish's artistic process toward their found footage film on dizziness. Read More.
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Observation 6

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In conversation with
Juha van ’t Zelfde
Dread – The Dizziness of Freedom

I think it is this cognitive override by physical intelligence, or physical knowing and thinking… I am interested in that, because there I encounter my vertigo as well. Read More.
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Taumel Issue 1

In order to better understand the Taumel process we decided that we should work with models on which we could analyse the course and the duration of the process and its many components, such as loss of control or paralysis. Read More.
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Observation 5

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Taumel – The Pleasures and the Fears of Being Dizzy

The workshop will shed new light on disorientation and on how film artists throughout history use (optical) disorientation and confusion as a paradigm in their work. What can be gained by losing one’s grip, by simply letting go? What pictures arise with dizziness? Read More.
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Observation 4

Reenactment in Istanbul of one of Mieko Shiomi's works. Read More.
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Observation 3
(Time Zones)

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Observation
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Ruth Anderwald
Footnotes on the Unknown

Every day I do things that I normally do. Every second day I do things that I do not normally do. Then there are these periods in life where I sink into another state of being, a place where well-trodden ground can suddenly trigger incomprehensible responses. Read More.
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Share on Facebook, Tweet – Posted on 03.11.2014