Forgetting Your Touch: A Game of Reclaiming Intimate Boundaries
|✏️||Teresa Maria E. Mison|
Styles of Play: Freeform larp;somatic
The body is playing this game. Let it speak.
Tags: somatic, bodywork, memory, healing
|Golden Cobra Challenge (2019)|
Golden Cobra Challenge (2019)
Nominated, J.D.'s Choice Honorable Mentions
I am a fan of dance and have had some of the most profound experiences of art watching modern dance -- the use of the body as the central instrument of expression reaches me at a visceral level. I imagine this game as extremely intense, and rewarding; it would demand much of the players, I think the most important step in it is step zero, The player remembers they occupy a body -- it's impossible for me to not bring personal weight to this step: I feel like realistically this would take a good long while, and be essential for the fullness of the game's strength to be experienced. A criticism I'd offer is that there's narrative action, but a lack of narrative structure -- I think some suggested structures would clear a space for people to enter into this more easily. I would like to see more games that explore the space of dance, even if I would be afraid to play them myself.
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