The Judaica Project
The Judaica project is a laboratory for new embodied technique in the field of song-action. The core of the project is six months of full-time embodied research involving three skilled practitioners in a studio laboratory. These embodied researchers will explore the intersection of song (rhythm, resonance, vocables, musicality, timbre) and psychophysical action (movement, intention, association, impulse) in order to develop new technique in this area. From 2016-2018 the project is funded by a Leadership Fellowship from the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC).
Follow the Judaica menu above to see the project summary, research team, bibliography list of songs, and the calendar of upcoming events. You can also read an excerpt from the grant proposal and the project's intellectual property (IP) agreement.