on the necessity of the non/sensual

sense noun (ABILITY)  an ability to understand, recognize, value, or react to something, especially any of the five physical abilities to see, hear, smell, taste, and feel: nonsense noun an idea, something said or written, or behaviour that is silly or stupid: ​language that cannot be understood because it does not mean anything sensual adjective​expressing or suggesting physical, especially sexual, pleasure or satisfaction Mash-Up, Cambridge Dictionary Non/sensual encounters:Enabling critical inquiriesA collective exploration of the sensual and the non/sensual, as a critical masterclass for everyone: Artists, art educators, museum people, academic staff, vendors, dancers,Continue reading “on the necessity of the non/sensual”

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