Mind ≠ Hand

A really interesting session at lunchtime today – a break from the constant rigorous confusion of an academic term run, exhaustingly, online. Lilian Kroth getting us to think about how drawing can express relations beyond those of the controlling mind to the subservient hand. I’m in the odd position of thinking quite a lot about embodiment and embodied practice without knowing whether what I’m thinking makes sense – the risk inherent in separating the mind from the equation. But this gave me some more things to think about, and so should be useful in the future.

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