PRACTICE

FRESH Practices, held seven days a week for 5-6 hours per day throughout the festival, feature innovative artists facilitating dance, corporeality, creativity and agency.

1 Practices Workshop - $125 | 4 Practices for $450 | 8 for $800 | 12 for $1100 | 13 for $1150
Pricing for 1 Day Weekend Workshops: $65

Contact fresh.alternativa@gmail.com for information about drop-in rates or other Practice registration questions.

 

Weekend 1 – January 11+12

12:30-5:30 Sherwood Chen

Week 1 – January 6-10

10-12 ALTERNATIVA

1:15-3:15  Abby Crain

3:45-5:45  Keith Hennessy

Weekend 2 – January 18 + 19

12:30-2:30 Chani Bockwinkel

3-5:30 Dana Fitchett

Week 2 – January 13-17

10-12 ALTERNATIVA

1:15-3:15  Jesse Zaritt

3:45-5:45  Ángel Arámbula

Weekend 3 – January 25 + 26

12:30-5:30 Violeta Luna

Week 3 – January 21-25

10-12 ALTERNATIVA

1:15-3:15  Sara Shelton Mann

3:45-5:45  Tara Brandel

 
 
 

Practices are held at Joe Goode Annex - 401 Alabama St, San Francisco, CA

 

Weekend 1

Saturday January 11 + Sunday January 12 12:30- 5:30


Photo: Morvarid K

Photo: Morvarid K

Sherwood Chen

Faux Neutralities

Weekend 1 - January 11 + 12 - 12:30-5:30

When we move, what are the subjectivities embedded in conditioning, positioning and pleasure specific to each person? Beginning with rhythmic, reckless warm ups across the floor to court destabilization, we will shift to partnered, group and solo scores to examine and cross-infect our respective moving bodies. We will play with and challenge notions of neutral, consequently to exalt multi-centricities. Bring a notebook, a blindfold and partialities in full bloom.

Sherwood Chen performs and leads workshops internationally. He has worked as a performer with artists including inkBoat, Grisha Coleman, Xavier Le Roy, Amara Tabor-Smith, Anna Halprin, Yuko Kaseki, Jess Curtis, Min Tanaka, Sara Shelton Mann, Arcane Collective and Christine Bonansea. For over twenty years, he has contributed to Body Weather research.


Week 1

January 7-11


Photo: Robbie Sweeny

Photo: Robbie Sweeny

ALTERNATIVA

GUT Motives

Week 1 January 7-11 - 10-12

GUT Motives is a contemporary dance class and ongoing research by ALTERNATIVA investigating corporeality from internal impulse to external expression. Exploring states and acts of motion through a hybrid of traditional, contemporary and alternative forms in order to utilize embodiment and motion as means of perception, intuition and action. Deepening awareness and understanding of the body by working with energy, touch, somatic improvisation, technical modalities and three-dimensional choreography. The class is an intimate, animated arena for physical and creative exploration, deeply informed by live, original music, and encouraging sensate virtuosity, kinetic efficiency, interactive intelligence and performance-level dancing. Motivated by interpretations of GUT, including good, general unified theory, viscera, center of gravity, courage, instinct, intuition and vulnerability.

ALTERNATIVA, directed by dancer Kathleen Hermesdorf with musician Albert Mathias, is an apparatus for deeply integrated contemporary dance and music via collaboration, creation, improvisation, performance, production, curation and education. Active in San Francisco since 1998, the organization supports the creative work of the directors, known for radical dance classes, performance projects and musical endeavors delving into the corporeality and ineffability of human conditions, behaviors and other curiosities. Activities, including an annual FRESH Festival, ongoing classes and workshops in the Bay Area, residencies at universities, festivals and studios worldwide and PORCH/Ponderosa in Germany, engage an extensive population of artists, audiences and participants. ALTERNATIVA is fiscally sponsored by Dancers’ Group and has received support from the Zellerbach Family Foundation, William + Flora Hewlett Foundation, Kenneth Rainin Foundation, Dancers’ Group’s Matching Grant and CA$H Grant, CHIME/MJDC, the San Francisco Arts Commission and The Suitcase Fund. www.la-alternativa.us | www.freshfestival.org 

Kathleen Hermesdorf is an international dance artist, educator and producer based in San Francisco. She directs ALTERNATIVA, with musician Albert Mathias. Hermesdorf has been dancing in the Bay Area since 1991 and teaches, performs, improvises, creates and curates around the world. Her work has been presented in the Bay Area, New York, Seattle, Berlin, Amsterdam, and Dakar, amongst other locations, in commission for universities, companies and independent dancers, and in collaboration with art partners worldwide. She was a member of Bebe Miller Company, Contraband/Sara Shelton Mann and Margaret Jenkins Dance Company, and co-director of Hermesdorf & Wells Dance Company with Scott Wells and Collusion with Stephanie Maher. She is the co-director of PORCH summer school at Ponderosa in Stolzenhagen, Germany and WILD [West Cork Contemporary Dance Festival] in Ballydehob, Ireland. Hermesdorf brings over 20 years of experience from the field, studio and stage to her work and holds a BFA and an MFA in Dance Performance + Pedagogy.

Albert Mathias is a multi-disciplinary musician based in San Francisco since 1991. He creates and performs composition and sound design for dance, theater, film, video and audio mediums, and is the music director of ALTERNATIVA, with director/dancer Kathleen Hermesdorf. He was a member of Bebe Miller Company and Contraband/Sara Shelton Mann, and has created original sound scores for myriad dance companies. In 2000, he was nominated for an IZZIE Award with ALTERNATIVA and received a BESSIE Award in 2006 with Bebe Miller Company. Mathias has produced 15 records of original music and collaborated in numerous bands, most notably LiveHuman, an internationally acclaimed improvisation-based trio with DJ Quest and bassist Andrew Kushin. Mathias attended California Institute of the Arts, training in tabla, voice and accompaniment, and has had the honor of private study with Pandit Swapan Chauduri, Sri Ravi Bellare and Tony Williams. His eclectic sounds can be found on I-Tunes, Bandcamp and CD Baby.


Abby Crain

Week 1 - January 7-11 - 1:15-3:15


Photo: Robbie Sweeny

Photo: Robbie Sweeny

Keith Hennessy

Political Witchcraft For The Current Era

Week 1 - January 7-11 - 3:45-5:45

Magic involves poetic and embodied action in a ritualized context to influence both consciousness and material realities. The pretend influences the real. Working with dancing, somatics, tarot, and spell crafting we will create a laboratory of activist magic. How can bodies and imaginations be decolonized and liberated? How can dancing respond to anxiety and trauma? Wicca, activist San Francisco rituals, and cross-cultural indigeneity influence this working.

Keith Hennessy dances. His performances engage improvisation, ritual, collaboration, and street protest as tools for responding to political issues. He observes self and society using a queer-feminist approach to critical whiteness. Hennessy directs Circo Zero and was a member of Contraband with Sara Shelton Mann. MFA, PhD from UCDavis. www.circozero.org


Weekend 2

January 18 + 19


Chani Bockwinkel

SAPPHO and SWEAT

Weekend 2 - January 18+19 - 12:30-2:30pm

A Queer Feminist Dance Class
Kate Bush*Somatics*Aerobics
Open to All levels/Genders

A place for us to get sweaty, learn some 80's sci fi dance moves, give attention to our pelvis and the magik that is our anatomy.  Read a little sapphic poetry, honor some deep femme idols, and dance WITH each other. 

Chani Bockwinkel  is a filmmaker and performer. She makes interdisciplinary-collaborative-queer-feminist imagery for the stage, gallery, and internet. She is currently working as co-director on her first feature film, Those Who Wait.  The project is a poetic re-telling of a 19th century doomsday movement. She has taught Sappho and Sweat on the West Coast, East Coast, Texas, Canada and Berlin. Bockwinkel is a founding member of SALTA, a dance collective.


Dana Fitchett

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Signature Line

Weekend 2 - January 18+19 - 3-5:30pm

"Signature Line"is a workshop I created to consider the relationship between improvised bodily movement (dancing, if you will) and improvised drawing (doodling), conceiving of the drawn line as a simple continuation of the natural movement that lives in a dancer’s body, and vice versa: understanding improvised bodily movement as an extension of line drawn on paper. "draw write move" is a next iteration of this idea, adding written text into the equation. 

 On both days, the workshop will begin with a groovy warm-up to get into bodies and connected to music. On day one, participants will learn a short phrase that was constructed by following the path of a line doodle as a movement map. As the focal activity of day one, each participant generates their own, similarly derived phrase by first translating a segment of their improvised movement into a drawn line doodle, and then following the line of that doodle to create a movement phrase. On day two, after warm-up, participants will learn a phrase generated to text. They'll then turn their attention to the written word, taking time to generate a free write, perhaps with some prompts offered. Participants will then extract some text from their free write and create a phrase to that text. Different iterations of these exercises may ensue, if time allows. 

 The loftiest goal of the workshop is to move its participants even just slightly to a less colonized point on the grand spectrum of colonization. Marcus Garvey said, “Liberate the minds of men and ultimately you will liberate the bodies of men.” I concur with Garvey’s statement and also believe the liberation of mind and body are all tangled up in—and reliant on—one another’s progress. So, in that vein, I focus in this workshop on the inversion of Garvey’s imperative, and hope that re/connecting movers to their organic, self-directed line, path, and voice can also serve to help liberate psyches from the burden of narrow ideas of what expression "should" look like. 

dana e. fitchett (she/her/they/them) has worked in schools and in arts-, education- and social justice-focused organizations, with roles ranging from direct classroom work, dance education, and family organizing to event management, arts administration, and marketing and communications. A multidisciplinary artist currently pursuing a self-directed Masters of Fine Art in Interdisciplinary Art from Goddard College, dana writes, makes visual art, teaches movement classes, choreographs, and directs Movement for Liberation, a project-based dance collective. dana seeks and finds endless lessons in literature, human engagement, and nature, and splits most of her time between the Bay Area, New York, and Boston. All of her pursuits are unified by her explicit concern for moving our individual and collective realities closer to liberation.



Week 2

January 13-17


Photo: Robbie Sweeny

Photo: Robbie Sweeny

ALTERNATIVA

GUT Motives

Week 2 - January 13-17 - 12-2

GUT Motives is a contemporary dance class and ongoing research by ALTERNATIVA investigating corporeality from internal impulse to external expression. Exploring states and acts of motion through a hybrid of traditional, contemporary and alternative forms in order to utilize embodiment and motion as means of perception, intuition and action. Deepening awareness and understanding of the body by working with energy, touch, somatic improvisation, technical modalities and three-dimensional choreography. The class is an intimate, animated arena for physical and creative exploration, deeply informed by live, original music, and encouraging sensate virtuosity, kinetic efficiency, interactive intelligence and performance-level dancing. Motivated by interpretations of GUT, including good, general unified theory, viscera, center of gravity, courage, instinct, intuition and vulnerability.

ALTERNATIVA, directed by dancer Kathleen Hermesdorf with musician Albert Mathias, is an apparatus for deeply integrated contemporary dance and music via collaboration, creation, improvisation, performance, production, curation and education. Active in San Francisco since 1998, the organization supports the creative work of the directors, known for radical dance classes, performance projects and musical endeavors delving into the corporeality and ineffability of human conditions, behaviors and other curiosities. Activities, including an annual FRESH Festival, ongoing classes and workshops in the Bay Area, residencies at universities, festivals and studios worldwide and PORCH/Ponderosa in Germany, engage an extensive population of artists, audiences and participants. ALTERNATIVA is fiscally sponsored by Dancers’ Group and has received support from the Zellerbach Family Foundation, William + Flora Hewlett Foundation, Kenneth Rainin Foundation, Dancers’ Group’s Matching Grant and CA$H Grant, CHIME/MJDC, the San Francisco Arts Commission and The Suitcase Fund. www.la-alternativa.us | www.freshfestival.org 

Kathleen Hermesdorf is an international dance artist, educator and producer based in San Francisco. She directs ALTERNATIVA, with musician Albert Mathias. Hermesdorf has been dancing in the Bay Area since 1991 and teaches, performs, improvises, creates and curates around the world. Her work has been presented in the Bay Area, New York, Seattle, Berlin, Amsterdam, and Dakar, amongst other locations, in commission for universities, companies and independent dancers, and in collaboration with art partners worldwide. She was a member of Bebe Miller Company, Contraband/Sara Shelton Mann and Margaret Jenkins Dance Company, and co-director of Hermesdorf & Wells Dance Company with Scott Wells and Collusion with Stephanie Maher. She is the co-director of PORCH summer school at Ponderosa in Stolzenhagen, Germany and WILD [West Cork Contemporary Dance Festival] in Ballydehob, Ireland. Hermesdorf brings over 20 years of experience from the field, studio and stage to her work and holds a BFA and an MFA in Dance Performance + Pedagogy.

Albert Mathias is a multi-disciplinary musician based in San Francisco since 1991. He creates and performs composition and sound design for dance, theater, film, video and audio mediums, and is the music director of ALTERNATIVA, with director/dancer Kathleen Hermesdorf. He was a member of Bebe Miller Company and Contraband/Sara Shelton Mann, and has created original sound scores for myriad dance companies. In 2000, he was nominated for an IZZIE Award with ALTERNATIVA and received a BESSIE Award in 2006 with Bebe Miller Company. Mathias has produced 15 records of original music and collaborated in numerous bands, most notably LiveHuman, an internationally acclaimed improvisation-based trio with DJ Quest and bassist Andrew Kushin. Mathias attended California Institute of the Arts, training in tabla, voice and accompaniment, and has had the honor of private study with Pandit Swapan Chauduri, Sri Ravi Bellare and Tony Williams. His eclectic sounds can be found on I-Tunes, Bandcamp and CD Baby.


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Jesse Zaritt

drawing lab

Week 2 - January 13-17 - 1:15-3:15

This lab will engage drawing as a visual and physical practice linked to dreaming, drafting, and materializing futures. Elements of drawing such as line, tone, texture, edge, fluidity, atmosphere, and spatial planning will be collectively explored and discussed. The act of drawing will create navigable terrains of study that will invite us to critically imagine what is possible, what we observe, and how we intervene within and beyond the present moment. This lab studies how drawing moves and how movement draws.

Jesse Zaritt is a Brooklyn-based dance artist. He is an Assistant Professor at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, PA, having previously been the inaugural 2014–2016 Research Fellow in the University’s School of Dance. He has also taught at Bard College, Hollins University, Pomona College and for ten summers at the American Dance Festival. Zaritt has performed his solo work in Taiwan, Uruguay, Russia, Korea, Germany, New York, Japan, Mexico, Israel and throughout the United States. Jesse worked collaboratively with Jumatatu Poe from 2012-2015; their duet work was presented by Gibney Dance Center (NYC), AUX Performance Space at Vox Populi (PA), Fringe Arts (PA), Triple Canopy (NYC), Dixon Place (NYC) and New York Live Arts (through the Studio Series Program). A duet created with Katie Swords premiered at the Museum of Art and Design (NYC) in October 2015. Jesse was commissioned by the American Dance Festival to create a duet alongside Mark Haim which premiered as part of the 2015 ADF performance season. He has performed with the Shen Wei Dance Arts Company (NYC, 2001–2006), the Inbal Pinto Dance Company (Tel Aviv, 2008), and in the work of Netta Yerushalmy (NYC, 2009–2016) and Faye Driscoll (NYC, 2010–2015); he works as an artistic adviser for her current projects. His solo Binding was the recipient of three 2010 New York Innovative Theater Awards—Outstanding Choreography, Outstanding Solo Performance, and Outstanding Performance Art Production. Zaritt currently works in creative dialogue with Sara Shelton Mann.

 

Ángel Arámbula

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Piso Articular (Articulate Floorwork)

Week 2 - January 13-17 - 3:45-5:45

Piso Articular (Articulate Floorwork) is a contemporary dance training technique in which the biomechanics of floorwork are applied to find more effective spatial routes within the dancing body. Within this training technique, several themes are considered through its progressive work such as: Anchors and Leverage, Articulation and Weight Distribution, Body Efficiency, Relation of the Frontal, Axial and Sagittal planes, Ramps of Ascent and Descent, the Kinetic Perception of the Three-dimensional Body, Inhabitation of Personal Space and Group Consciousness.Applying the aforementioned themes, students expand their corporal movement vocabulary as well as increase their individual and collective awareness with the space and other dancing bodies.



Weekend 3

January 25 + 26


Violeta Luna

The Body: Territory and Frontier

Weekend 3 - January 25 + 26 12:30-5:30

This workshop has been created for artists of performance, dancers, actors, spoken word or visual artists interested in performance art and in exploring the intersection of the personal, the theatrical and the political through stage actions. Students in these disciplines are also welcome.

Workshop participants will make use of their personal memory and identity as the expressive territory where they will chart a vocabulary of stage actions.

Drawing on their use of body, participants will also work on imagery related to their individual and social understanding of gender, sexuality and race.Some thematic threads in the workshop include: Body (fiction and non-fiction, presence and inner strength, body as subject/object;) Space (internal and external, spatial relationships, the intervention of public and private space;) Time (real-time, fictional-time, ritual-time;) Action (site-specific, action – reaction, responses to real and imagined stimuli, audience interaction, the creative accident.)

 Who should apply: Professional or students of performance, spoken-word, actors, dancers and visual artists. All applicants should have a basic understanding of the discipline of performance art.

 Maximum enrollment 12 people.

Violeta Luna (Actress / Performance Artist) work engages the relationship between theatre, performance art and community-based practices. Luna uses her body as a territory to question and comment on social and political phenomena. Born in Mexico City, Luna obtained her graduate degree in Acting from the Centro Universitario de Teatro (UNAM,). She has performed and taught workshops extensively throughout Latin America and Europe, as well as in Rwanda, Egypt, New Zealand, Japan, India, Canada and USA. While primarily working as a solo performer, she is also an associate artist of the San Francisco-based performance collective Secos & Mojados. She is a National Association of Latino Arts and Cultures (NALAC) Fellow, and a member of The Magdalena Project: International Network of Women in Contemporary Theatre. Significant works include: Frida, NK603: Action for Performer and e-Maiz, Requiems: Altares Efímeros, Apuntes sobre la Frontera and a series of with the collective La Pocha Nostra. www.violetaluna.com


Week 3

January 21-25


Photo: Robbie Sweeny

Photo: Robbie Sweeny

ALTERNATIVA

GUT Motives

Week 3 - January 20-24 - 10-12

GUT Motives is a contemporary dance class and ongoing research by ALTERNATIVA investigating corporeality from internal impulse to external expression. Exploring states and acts of motion through a hybrid of traditional, contemporary and alternative forms in order to utilize embodiment and motion as means of perception, intuition and action. Deepening awareness and understanding of the body by working with energy, touch, somatic improvisation, technical modalities and three-dimensional choreography. The class is an intimate, animated arena for physical and creative exploration, deeply informed by live, original music, and encouraging sensate virtuosity, kinetic efficiency, interactive intelligence and performance-level dancing. Motivated by interpretations of GUT, including good, general unified theory, viscera, center of gravity, courage, instinct, intuition and vulnerability.

ALTERNATIVA, directed by dancer Kathleen Hermesdorf with musician Albert Mathias, is an apparatus for deeply integrated contemporary dance and music via collaboration, creation, improvisation, performance, production, curation and education. Active in San Francisco since 1998, the organization supports the creative work of the directors, known for radical dance classes, performance projects and musical endeavors delving into the corporeality and ineffability of human conditions, behaviors and other curiosities. Activities, including an annual FRESH Festival, ongoing classes and workshops in the Bay Area, residencies at universities, festivals and studios worldwide and PORCH/Ponderosa in Germany, engage an extensive population of artists, audiences and participants. ALTERNATIVA is fiscally sponsored by Dancers’ Group and has received support from the Zellerbach Family Foundation, William + Flora Hewlett Foundation, Kenneth Rainin Foundation, Dancers’ Group’s Matching Grant and CA$H Grant, CHIME/MJDC, the San Francisco Arts Commission and The Suitcase Fund. www.la-alternativa.us | www.freshfestival.org 

Kathleen Hermesdorf is an international dance artist, educator and producer based in San Francisco. She directs ALTERNATIVA, with musician Albert Mathias. Hermesdorf has been dancing in the Bay Area since 1991 and teaches, performs, improvises, creates and curates around the world. Her work has been presented in the Bay Area, New York, Seattle, Berlin, Amsterdam, and Dakar, amongst other locations, in commission for universities, companies and independent dancers, and in collaboration with art partners worldwide. She was a member of Bebe Miller Company, Contraband/Sara Shelton Mann and Margaret Jenkins Dance Company, and co-director of Hermesdorf & Wells Dance Company with Scott Wells and Collusion with Stephanie Maher. She is the co-director of PORCH summer school at Ponderosa in Stolzenhagen, Germany and WILD [West Cork Contemporary Dance Festival] in Ballydehob, Ireland. Hermesdorf brings over 20 years of experience from the field, studio and stage to her work and holds a BFA and an MFA in Dance Performance + Pedagogy.

Albert Mathias is a multi-disciplinary musician based in San Francisco since 1991. He creates and performs composition and sound design for dance, theater, film, video and audio mediums, and is the music director of ALTERNATIVA, with director/dancer Kathleen Hermesdorf. He was a member of Bebe Miller Company and Contraband/Sara Shelton Mann, and has created original sound scores for myriad dance companies. In 2000, he was nominated for an IZZIE Award with ALTERNATIVA and received a BESSIE Award in 2006 with Bebe Miller Company. Mathias has produced 15 records of original music and collaborated in numerous bands, most notably LiveHuman, an internationally acclaimed improvisation-based trio with DJ Quest and bassist Andrew Kushin. Mathias attended California Institute of the Arts, training in tabla, voice and accompaniment, and has had the honor of private study with Pandit Swapan Chauduri, Sri Ravi Bellare and Tony Williams. His eclectic sounds can be found on I-Tunes, Bandcamp and CD Baby.


Sara Shelton Mann by Robbie Sweeny

Sara Shelton Mann

Sketch Dancing

Week 3 - January 20-24 - 1:15-3:15

Chi Cultivation and Research. Basic structures of technical improvisation followed by compositional puzzles constructed from conversations. Dance, write, and compose. Declutter and restructure.

It will be fun. You will get to explore from your own perspective puzzle solving.  Find a voice and run with it. Love it.

Sara Shelton Mann has been a choreographer, performer, and teacher since 1967.  She was a protégé of Alwin Nikolais and Murray Louis in New York City before moving to Canada where she met Andrew Harwood and fell in love with contact improvisation. In 1979 she moved to San Francisco and founded Mixed Bag Productions, for which she has continuously served as artistic director. One of its early manifestations was the company Contraband, launched as a performance group and research ground combining the principles of contact, systems of the body and spiritual practice into a unified system of research.  Among her awards are a John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship, 6 Isadora Duncan Awards, Djerassi Artist in Residence Awards, Headlands Center for the Arts Residency 2016, Lifetime Achievement Bay Guardian Award, 10 Women Who Made a Difference, Bay Guardian "Goldie" Award, Foundation for Contemporary Arts Grants to Artists award (2016) and special achievement award “erasing time": celebrating 30 years a radical dance legend, ( Sara Shelton Mann with David Szlasa and Norman Rutherford) Her Movement Alchemy training is an ongoing teaching project and is influenced by certifications and studies in the metaphysical and healing traditions. Sara’s performance work is a platform for collaboration and research in consciousness. www.sarasheltonmann.org

Sara Shelton Mann has been a choreographer, performer, and teacher since 1967.  She was a protégé of Alwin Nikolais and Murray Louis in New York City before moving to Canada where she met Andrew Harwood and fell in love with Contact Improvisation.

In 1979 she moved to San Francisco to work with Mangrove, now Mixed Bag Productions, for which she serves as artistic director. One of its early manifestations was the company Contraband, launched as a performance group and research ground combining the principles of contact, systems of the body and spiritual practice into a unified system of research.

Among her awards are a John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship, 7 Isadora Duncan Awards, including a special achievement award for “erasing time: celebrating 30 years a radical dance legend” (Sara Shelton Mann with David Szlasa and Norman Rutherford), Djerassi Artist in Residence Awards, Headlands Center for the Arts Residency 2016, Lifetime Achievement Bay Guardian Award, 10 Women Who Made a Difference, Bay Guardian "Goldie" Award, Foundation for Contemporary Arts Grants to Artists award (2016).

Her Movement Alchemy training is an ongoing teaching project and is influenced by certifications and studies in the metaphysical and healing traditions. Sara’s performance work is a platform for collaboration and research in consciousness.


Tara Brandel

Week 3 - January 20-24 - 3:45-5:45