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By Regina Favre on 1, April, 2013
Regina Favre * Concepts and practices are historical devices. I believe that practices and knowledge of the body, as they are currently conceived, have their roots in mid-nineteenth century Europe, and are a byproduct of the industrial society. The transition from craft production to industrial production completely remodeled artistic and cultural traditions, conceptions of […]Leia Mais »
By Regina Favre on 25, September, 2012
A conceptual device for honoring and enhancing subjective biodiversity: a political way of teaching and experiencing Stanley Keleman´s Emotional Anatomy.
Regina Favre, Laboratório do Processo Formativo, São Paulo, Brazil Concepts and practices are part of a cultural history The body knowledge and practices are part of our history. I believe that this knowledge, as we conceive them today, are rooted in Europe, in the mid-19th century, as a byproduct of the industrial society. The […]Leia Mais »
By Regina Favre on 24, September, 2012