bramović is a fantastic performance artist who has the astonishing ability to sit still for hours or push her body to its limits during her performances. A few weeks ago We Transfer and Marina Abramović Institute launched a project website featuring the method of the artists.
The healing power of stories is well known. Narrative therapy utilises stories to externalise the problem, challenging emotion or experience, especially when we cannot explain our experience directly.
Way back in July, I blogged about the different platforms enabling performers to carry on entertaining audiences remotely throughout the pandemic, using technology at a time where venues across the world sadly shut their doors.
Since then I have, albeit almost accidentally, immersed myself in the world of online gigs, hosting and supporting a series of music and comedy events on Zoom. I’ve been involved in over 60 shows, each of which have had special, memorable moments for the act and audience alike.
We all know stories matter. Stories made Homo Sapiens the most successful kind. I wonder, what if we succeed in building a better, kinder future instead?
Here is my response to the Social Dilemma docudrama with useful links to more reviews, trusted people and digital wellbeing tips for people working with children and youth. Let me know what is missing…
Check out the Take A moment campaign in support of Mind.
People often ask me why I am so open about my emotions online, even as a coach and counsellor. Here is why – my vulnerability helps me heal.
New York Times is well known for its fantastic use of digital tools for transmedia (i.e. cross-platform) storytelling. Raising awareness about important topics via AR works really well because it is simple, immersive and very personal.
This week I went back to using Relive app and so today I would like to share with you what I really like about it.
Here are my few tips on using Strava to cultivate human connection in the times of pandemic