Erin Manning

 

 
 
 

(Montreal, Quebec, Canada)

 
 
 

Erin Manning holds a University Research Chair in Relational Art and Philosophy in the Faculty of Fine Arts at Concordia University (Montreal, Canada). She is also the director of the Sense Lab (www.senselab.ca), a laboratory that explores the intersections between art practice and philosophy through the matrix of the sensing body in movement. Her current art practice is centred on large-scale textile installations that facilitate emergent collectivities.

 

She presented Stitching Time at the 18th Biennale of Sydney in 2012, will present another version of Stitching Time at the 5th Moscow Biennale in 2013 and is preparing a work entitled The Knots of Time for the opening of the new Flax Museum in Kortrijk, Belgium. Publications include Relationscapes: Movement, Art, Philosophy (Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, 2009), Politics of Touch: Sense, Movement, Sovereignty (Minneapolis: Minnesota University Press, 2007) and Ephemeral Territories:  Representing Nation, Home and Identity in Canada (Minneapolis: Minnesota University Press, 2003).

 

Her forthcoming manuscript, Always More Than One: Individuation’s Dance will be published by Duke University Press in 2012 as will her forthcoming co-written manuscript (with Brian Massumi), Thought in the Act: Passages in the Ecology of Experience (Minnesota UP).

 
 
 

Images from the SydneyBiennale (2012) project: Stitching Time.

 
 
 

VIDEO: A CONVERSATION WITH ERIN

 
 
 

 
 
 

INTERDISCIPLINARY ARTFORMS ~ DANCE

 
 
 

Relational Movement ~ Slow Clothes (Screen Captures of Video)

THE SENSE LAB

CURRENT PROJECTS ~ Into the Midst (2012)

 

Into the Midst is a five-day collaborative research-creation workshop in the SATosphere, the Society for Art and Technology’s interactive immersive projection environment.

 

 

Into The Midst: All Things Red (link)

 
 
 

In preparation for the Dome event Into the Midst, in and around the SAT, SenseLab members are cooking all things red. Playfully mingling and surprising the senses through culinary trickery, these crimson concoctions don’t taste quite the way one would expect. Red resonates not only with the red-light district location of the SAT, but also with the red square symbol worn in recent student protests in Quebec.

 
 
 

PAINTINGS

 
 
 

Inflexions

Notre revue Inflexions – www.inflexions.org – a des textes dans les deux langues

 
 
 

Circle

 
 
 

SCULPTURE

 
 
 

 
 
 

 
 
 

 
 
 

http://www.erinmovement.com

 

 

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