Tag Archives: Visual Language

Amsterdam Diary – Day 4: Forbidden learning – what they never wanted you to know

All week i’ve been exploring learning culture from Amsterdam. We started by looking into how the culture is created and went on to run a global popup learning session asking questions about the role of leadership and the individual, as … Continue reading

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The visual language of dance: interpreting messages through movement.

The subject was ‘Spitfire’. Four male dancers in string vests and long johns, each taking it in turns to run around the stage pretending to be a second world war fighter. Sometimes together, sometimes apart. Sound strange? Well, kind of, … Continue reading

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