Here is the very compelling call-to-dialogue-and-explore for this year's conference:
To be open means having the capacity for connection and curiosity, and willing to be receptive to otherness and difference. Openness is an engagement with processes of becoming, to be in anticipation of future states without predetermined ends. To be in the open is to be exposed and vulnerable under conditions of necessity and possibility, of risk and danger. Open is ontological, an ethical stance, an imperative: it demands of us to open borders, detention centers, and prisons, to open our eyes and our hearts, our senses and our awareness. Invitations are openings, as this one is: Let us come together and open ourselves to the embodied experience of our messy entanglements, fraught alliances and fuzzy boundaries with each other and with the Earth. And let us do it in Tucson.
The tension and interplay between self, other, and being open is a fundamental part of the art/ services the body poetik offers. I am so excited to converse, experiment, and play with like-minded others in Tucson and bring new ideas back to my local practice here in Florida!
For more info about the event, go to CCSB.