WS2 UN.TITL/ED: (re)acting the political body

How do you embody the space that surrounds you? Where are the borders? Why does society need titles, names, categories, which in the end, are in a constant fluidity? These questions might sound simple, but the answers to them may supply deep insights about how society expects you to act, to react, to take any role you decide. Inspired by contemporary art sculptures and paintings, “to be invisible,” “to avoid,” “to hide,” “to fit” are tools created to open a symbolic space embracing a political body. The workshop endeavors to react on constructed behavior and social norms, raising a political perspective of presence, from both space and body, in relation to the flow and movement of daily life.