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On-going anthropological research in Bosnia-Herzegovina on socializing, friendship and belonging has led met to an interest in emotionality. More particularly, or meta-physically speaking, I am interested in processes of perception, interpretation and sensation. Furthermore, through my background in movement/dance I was able to set-up a long-term multi-disciplinary research that focusses on such processes related to emotionality. In the beginning of 2014 I will start with a group of twenty-five children in the age of 10 to continue research on 'internal bodily movements related to emotional experience'. I will continue to work with these children every five years for an undetermined period of time. The long-term and broad approach of this research enables both others and myself to connect thematically, theoretically, and methodologically. The set-up for this research has become for me a challenge to use the space for open communication between different perspectives on life: science, art, and esoteric traditions. The first concrete space that enables me to develop such a research is CLOUD@Danslab in the Hague, Netherlands.
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Independent researcher (anthropologist, writer, movement analyst)
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