Bodies, space, gesture.

Our recent trip to London included a field trip to the Tate Britain. Here, we saw Pablo Bronstein's Historical Dances in an Antique Setting in addition to a wander through the Modern Art gallery spaces before our evening field trip to Rash Dash's Two Man Show. Caroline and I have talked a lot about the framing of artforms … Continue reading Bodies, space, gesture.


D W Winnicott and play

Jacqueline and I are sitting in a flat in Brixton to interview my old friend Kate, a child psychotherapist. Kate previously worked in theatre and then moved over into psychotherapy. She explains that for her, therapy is a creative and healing act; and fundamentally it is a way to try to live more fully. Ditto art. … Continue reading D W Winnicott and play