Embodied Ecology (2016)
Interdisciplinary projects between the arts and sciences can foster education about climate change by appealing to logic and emotion. Embodied Ecology combines Koryn Ann Wicks’ research in dance and augmented performance with research by marine biologist, Piper Wallingford to create an embodied representation of climate change.’
Embodied Ecology will be presented at the Body Mind Centering Associations 2017 Conference The Fluid Body: A Somatic Journey in July 2017.
In the summer of 2016, Embodied Ecology was presented at the University of Tor Vergata, Rome with music by Roberto Begini and Adam Vidiksis.