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2021-07-04 12:00
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Audio guides for Walking: There will be two Audio Walk Events on the 4th (Spanish) and 8th (English) of July for 30 minutes each. These are invitations to have a walk together, at the same time but from wherever we are in the city and in the world, while one person is audio guiding the walk. They will be held in the morning (8 am Chilean Time) because this is the “free time” where everyone in Chile is allowed to go out from their homes.
We will leave the recording of the Audio Walks available on the webpage for people to do it whenever they like.
We believe that the discipline of dance has the immense ability to explore the potential of the human body. It allows us to access Gilles Deleuze’s question, what can a body do?. From the physical we can access the political and normative dimensions of walking, access the production of new and unsuspected affections. Raise questions such as what a body can do vs. what a body should do or what it is allowed to do. It forces us to ask ourselves about non-hegemonic bodies, minorities, people with disabilities, sexual dissidence. How each body walks, where it walks and why it walks. If the body can walk, it depends on an entire urban, political and social infrastructure that supports and allows it.
Audio walks for Walking as a Question, hosted by Peregrinas – Chile

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