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Free Play: Improvisation in Life and Art
And when we do those improvised one-minute pieces in the workshop nobody in the room is considering if this is great as Beethoven or something like that. It is very important, yes.
And you practice or prepare by improvising. There were so many influences that came together in my life.
Jan 21, Jesse rated it did not like it. Free Play is tree to re-read, or to just revisit some of my underlinings. Genius and compassion signify a transcendent, painstaking thoroughness and attention to detail–taking the trouble to take care of our body and mind and everyone else’s body and mind.
This article needs more links to other articles to help integrate it into the encyclopedia. Could you talk about it? This is a whole art unto itself, of vision and revision, playing again with the half-baked products of our prior play. And to get there I had to drop all my preconceived ideas of this character. And if you forget something that is okay.
This is why group improvisation is such an interesting exercise. It brings us into direct, active contact with boundless creative energies that we may not even know we had. Going towards the fields of general education, which are, in your experience, the potentials of this kind of work in an educational environment for children or for people in general?
Vital reading in a world as out of touch as our’s. Apr 10, Greg Talbot rated it it was amazing. My journals were filled with drawings of homes and cabins I would one day build, frree of stories I would one day write, some photographic motif to explore, stdphen of coffee shops I no longer remember. But then, we also need the improvisational sense, to realize that all of these things are impermanent and that they are all participating in a bigger reality that we share in.
When I mentioned to the friend nwchmanovitch let me borrow this book “it’s meant to be passed around” that this was the author’s only published book, he shrugged and riffed, “he said it all”.
But that is actually even true the other way around.
Another book representative of my recently-favourite genre: I refer back to the concepts in this book again and again. But we were able to find it interesting.
Free Play: Improvisation in Life and Art by Stephen Nachmanovitch
That there are other ways to solve problems, other ways to approach the page, and that improvisation, the lightness of it, the in-the-momentness of its playfulness, IS the ‘air that falls through the net’ that Neruda describes. I thought that the book would be more in the context of music, but it quickly became much bigger.
We cannot even program a computer to produce random numbers; the most we can do is create a pattern so complex that we get an illusion of randomness. This shortest section of the book explores what it can be like to create with freedom and how this can benefit not only the individual, but everyone and everything. Other editions – View all Free Play: I felt something in my hip, I wiggled my body around and adjusted it and now I feel good.
No trivia or quizzes yet. So it becomes a nice entry way into improvising together. People get playful and people get less playful. And who would read this and not be pissed off? Ona Cardona Ritmo, vibraciones, fluidez, movimiento, libertad, resonancia, escucha, I need to read this again and again, with a highlighter in my pocket.
A camera can take pictures with the lens wide open or narrowed down, depending on how much light there is. There is a stereotyped belief that the muse in us acts from inspiration, while the editor in us acts from reason and judgment. Jul 22, Dennis rated it it was amazing Shelves: So you never say it is improvised?