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Embodied Space(s) trata de provocar una interacción sensorial que crea una experiencia humana donde se recobra el conocimiento del espacio interpersonal que se presenta en una forma palpable e interactiva.

Embodied Space(s) intenta identificar los elementos conectados con la tendencia que tenemos en dibujar el territorio propio y los resultados de la invasión del espacio personal por otra(s) persona(s).

Embodied Space(s) está presentado como una herramienta en la investigación de proxémica y el entendimiento de nuestras relaciones interpersonales.

*Emodied Space(s) forma parte de un estudio del Master de Arte, Creación e Investigación, Universidad Complutense de Madrid (UCM) por Carrie Jaxon

Muchas gracias a París Matia, Francesca Mereu / Espacio Menosuno – http://www.espaciomenosuno.com, Antonio Muñoz y Alberto Arteta por todo la ayuda y a todos los participantes por ser aventureros!

Embodied Space(s) intends to provoke a sensorial interaction through a physical and interactive game-performance, which in turn creates a human experience where knowledge of personal space is recovered.

Embodied Space(s) attempts to identify the elements connected to the tendency we have to draw our own personal territory and the results of the invasion of our personal space by other people.

Embodied Space(s) is presented as a tool in the investigation of Proxemics and the understanding of our interpersonal relationships.

*Embodied Space(s) is part of a study by Carrie Jaxon for the Master of Art, Creation and Investigation at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid (UCM)

A HUGE thank you to París Matia, Francesca Mereu / Espacio Menosuno – http://www.espaciomenosuno.com, Antonio Muñoz y Alberto Arteta for all of their help and to all of the participants for being adventurous! 


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