Movement for an Idle Time

Movement for an Idle Time

Kathleen Wessel

c u r a t o r ’ s n o t e

Kathleen took on the same assignment I gave myself: to think about her relationship with time. After conversations about the agency to make alternative choices, the time limits of a creative process, and Dr. Julie B Johnson’s work exploring idleness and the black body, Kathleen had four days to produce an artifact as response. ­

//Nicholas Surbey

 

Choreography, Performance & Editing: Kathleen Wessel Videography: Claire Molla Edwards fLoromancy Issue 34:2
 

I grew up unaware of the fact that because I was white, I never had to account for spending idle time in public spaces. Pools were and are sources of fun, the water healing. If I hang around behind a restaurant, someone might raise an eyebrow but might even kindly offer me assistance.

 
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Thoughts On T*ME, With Out Saying 'T*ME'

Thoughts On T*ME, With Out Saying 'T*ME'

notes on art and time

notes on art and time