Part of an interview in the Social Practice Space (at the California College of Arts) by Brindalyn Webster and Anthony Marcellini talking with Jen Rhoads about why she engaged with Fight Therapy.
This is a segment of an audio recording of a presentation I gave to a class about The Listening Project. I passed around the audio recording device so the participants could record what and when they felt like recording during the presentation.
Start a conversation about actively listening. Talk about different listening styles. Interview someone you know or don’t know about listening. Actively listen. Listen to yourself/ other people listen. Listen to your body. Listen with your body. Eavesdrop on a conversation. Take a field recording of your day; go home and listen to it with your eyes closed. Listen to your friend’s stomach with a stethoscope. Let someone finish his/ her thought or sentence before adding yours. Listen to music – imagine it is food. Add your ideas to this list.