27 ways to be born

27 ways to be born is a collective drifting through stages of transition, in-between, passage. Sensing communion and individuation, also transition states of natural/artificial, alive/lifeless, instinctual/reflective are explored together with the participants. The phase of start, initiation, and birth of a being or a process is experienced on a metaphorical level, throughout a series of … Continue reading 27 ways to be born

creativelab 2016

Training course organized by Jugend- & Kulturpoject e.V. (Germany), in cooperation with othernessproject (Denmark), Creativity Platform & YET (Greece), CESIE (Italy), Stowarzyszenie Moje Marzenia Spełniają Się MMS (Poland), Stichting Caracola (the Netehrlands), Biznosova (Serbia), Kulturno Izobraževalno Društvo Pina (Slovenia) and GoEurope (Spain), subsidized by the EU. Time: April-September 2016: Dresden and Berlin - training and … Continue reading creativelab 2016

otherness and the performing arts

The Centre for Studies in Otherness is a collaborative project between scholars primarily from the University of Aarhus, Denmark and Mary Immaculate College, Limerick, Ireland. ‘Otherness: Essays & Studies' seeks to publish research articles from and across different academic disciplines that examine, in as many ways as possible, the concepts of otherness and alterity. As … Continue reading otherness and the performing arts

copenhagen 2016

Refugees, Migration, Language 4th March, 2016 Conception: Lars Henning, Rita Sebestyén, Louise Søeborg Ohlsen Workshop leaders: Lars Henning and Louise Søeborg Ohlsen Presentation: Rita Sebestyén   'Foreigners! Your clothes are not Greek. Foreign robes of finely woven fabric… covered in gems… nothing like ours! Where are you all from? No women from Argos or the … Continue reading copenhagen 2016

csíkszereda 2015

Languages, Communities The series Otherness Dialogues held a workshop in Miercurea Ciuc/Csíkszereda, RO on the 1-2 August, 2015, for cultural operators, community developers and cultural managers. Facilitators: Marco Galea, Lars Henning, Denis Muwanguzi, Rita Sebestyén Supported by: Cultural Centre of Harghita County Starting from Shakespeare's The Merchant of Venice, Shylock's monologue, the participants went through … Continue reading csíkszereda 2015

otherness reader

CORE READINGS ON OTHERNESS CONTENTS I. Levinas on the Other; Responsive phenomenology of the Alien Introduction to Lévinas 1. Emmanuel Levinas: The Face; Responsibility for the Other (excerpts from E. Lévinas: Ethics and Infinity. Conversation with Philippe Nemo, trans. Richard Cohen.) Introduction to Waldenfels 2. Bernhard Waldenfels: From Intentionality to Responsivity (excerpts) II. Derrida on … Continue reading otherness reader