Cat Dunn reflections included reading and highlighting sections in Hauntology by Merlin Coverley.Screenshot-2021-04-09-at-18.50.45
'called to response'
'called to response' is a call to listen, breathe and bodily awareness with a hauntological lens.
Accompanied on a journey by Ashanti Harris, starting indoor with enough room to lie or sit, the listener is invited to leave to place of there choosing. During the walk body awareness is called into attention, and later recorded into reflections.
Reflections are personal and ends with Harris saying the words “Listen feel the journey is yours”.
Ashanti Harris is a multi-disciplinary artist and researcher based in Glasgow, Scotland. Working with dance, performance, facilitation, film, installation and writing, Ashanti’s work explores the movement of people, ideas and things and the wider social, cultural and historical implications of these movements. As part of her creative practice, she is co-director of the dance company Project X; works collaboratively as part of the collective Glasgow Open Dance School (G.O.D.S) – facilitating experimental movement workshops and research groups. She is also lecturer in Contemporary Performance at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and co-facilitates the British Art Network research group The Re-Action of Black Performance. Recent commissions and exhibitions include: OHCE, Radiophrenia, 87.9fm (2020); Being Present, OGR, Torino (2020); In The Open, The Common Guild, Glasgow (2020); Alchemy Film Festival, Hawick (2020); Pre-Ramble, David Dale, Glasgow (2020); The Skeleton of a Name, Transmission Gallery, Glasgow (2019); Second Site, Civic Room, Glasgow (2019); Walking Through the Shadows Eyes Open, SUBSOLO Laboratório de Arte, Sao Paolo, (2019)