The Weight of Wellness: Contemplative Performance Art as a Practice

Contemplative Performance Art as a Practice to Expand the Window of Tolerance in Confronting Systemic Racism and Implicit Bias

By Way Of An Introduction

As a second-generation Holocaust survivor and interdisciplinary artist, I’ve developed a 30-year praxis exploring the ways that contemplative performance art serves to interrupt the intergenerational traumas associated with genocide, colonialism, climate change, and environmental injustice. This research-creation process has changed me in profound and unexpected ways. Contemplative performance art, by which I mean any performance art practice that cultivates awareness and multisensory perception,  can be a pathway to healing, however much this pathway is not easy or straightforw

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