Pata-perception; Topological Misadventures in Art and Climbing

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Abstract

Mountainsides Symposium: Mountainsides: a one-day symposium on practice-led research in(to) high places:

Mountainsides Symposium
Leeds Stage. Leeds University
2016

This represents one of a number of overlapping performance-talks where I explore the ideas ground in and around 'pata-physics and my own framework of pata-perception as a way to understand my artist method.

Each performance talk developes the concept:

Mountainsides Symposium, Leeds Univeristy, 2016
Kendal Mountain Festival, 2016
CMIT conference, Sheffield Hallam, 2017
Alternative University, UCU Queens Belfast, 2018
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 6 Apr 2016

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