Public Spaces
This score can be done alone or with others. Choose a public space that you use as part of your everyday life such as a hallway, classroom, stairway, or public building.
Sit within the space and write down observations. Take in the space. Write down your findings.  Where are you?  What is the space used for?  Who has access to this space?  What does this space mean to you? How do you interact with others in this space?  How do you usually move through this space?
Inhabit the space the way you do every day. Move through the space. Walk through the space. Touch the space. Document your findings by writing, drawing, or recording audio. 
Notice:   patterns of movement
                    parts of the space you touch
                             posture of the body 
                                    the tempo your body moves
                                               the way your body reacts to other people’s bodies 
Move in new ways that challenge the patterns discovered above. Document your findings by writing, drawing, or recording audio. 

       Explore opposite movements from what you do every day.
     Let different parts of your body touch the surfaces of the space
                            Transform the posture of your body as you move
                                       Change the tempo of your body as it moves
                                                  Let your body or body react to other people’s bodies

 Share movement experimentation and documented observations with the group. 

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