Margit Galanter
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My private practice, Physical Intelligence Life Arts, is a forum for movement arts, investigation, and performance practice. A transdisciplinary artist, I cross forms and by doing so create new technologies seeded in the embodied and lived experience. Some fields of focus: The Feldenkrais Method; embodied writing and inscriptions; qigong, acupressure, Taoist healing practices and Chinese 5 Elements theories; Amerta Movement with Suprapto Suryodarmo; live art installations and improvisations; and Philosophy of the Implicit, including Focusing and Thinking at the Edge. I curate salons in Oakland with Kadet Kuhne, and am Co-Founder and Co-Curator of SEEDS (Somatic Experiments in Earth, Dance, + Science).
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At 4:26pm on April 22, 2008, Margit Galanter said…
i was away...did you come? i'd love to hear what you thought of it......

At 12:25pm on April 17, 2008, Anna Brady Nuse said…
Hey Margit! Funny I was just think about you this week. J & I might be coming up to Troy this Sat. (4/19) to check out the installation at EMPAC. Any chance you'll be around? Would be fun to see Troy in the springtime... I hope the snow is gone by now!
At 10:13pm on March 29, 2008, Marlon Barrios Solano said…
Hello Margit,
hoara re you?
is the event happening?
At 4:22am on December 16, 2007, robert wechsler said…
hi margit, i like how you said "i do cross forms". only it sounds like picket lines. "i do not cross forms" also sounds interesting. i also like "open sesame". i always liked sesame. im new here. just poking around...
"to include the manual and participatory" left me wondering. i use technology a lot, but ive noticed that the less a dancer uses it, usually the better the piece. maybe its just a phase..
At 3:18pm on November 27, 2007, Jamie Jewett said…
Hey rock star! -

long time no bump-into-you-in-soho

how's the happy valley?
java bound any time soon?
At 5:10pm on November 26, 2007, Melinda said…
oooooo yeah. like your area of interest ali baba. I am sure all will be revealed in time as to how we use this here net. one thing that would help: have a job where you are paid to be on the internet 8 hours a day. working on it. m
At 10:23am on November 21, 2007, Rachel Boggia said…
Margit! I don't know if you remember me, but I met you at the crosspolination workshop at earthdance last year. I've been wanting to get in touch with you because my sister Meredith just moved to Albany to go to massage school and is missing contact with brainy dance types. Do you have room for a new friend?

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