Gestures are powerful: they invite, they reject, they caress, they injure. Gestures are coded, and coding. The signals of human physical presence dominate and determine space – and sometimes they transform it in surprising ways. How do we speak in and connect through different gestures? When do gestures speak louder or faster than words? How do we relate to others and to the space between us through the movements of bodies, moods and atmospheres?
photo: Tali Tiller, graphic: Ferdi Thajib
Come explore the unspoken codes and wordless translations of human interaction at the Saal Lun* of the Secret/Common/Mean Languages team. This event is all about playful encounters through gestures, body languages and other forms of non-verbal communication, as a means to navigate the limits and potential of being together in space. A workshop for (almost) all age groups (12-27 and 28-99).
Hosted by Qwigo L. Baldwin, Ferdiansyah Thajib and Tali Tiller as part of Caring for Conflict: http://www.caring-for-conflict.de/en , a project of District and iQt, funded by Berliner Projektfond kulturelle Bildung
Friday May 11, 2018, 2-5 pm, aquarium (Südblock), Skalitzer Str. 6, Berlin-Kreuzberg, U-Kottbusser Tor04.05.2018—10:36 h—Saal*Lun