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BREATHING COMMONS: AFFECTIVE AND SOMATIC RELATIONS BETWEEN SELF AND OTHERS

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BREATHING COMMONS: AFFECTIVE AND SOMATIC RELATIONS BETWEEN SELF AND OTHERS. / Tsaknaki, Vasiliki; Jørgensen, Stina Hasse; Kühn, Lena; Ryding, Karin; Hartmann, Mai; Fritsch, Jonas; Foverskov, Maria.

2021. 207-211 Paper presented at NORDES 2021.

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title = "BREATHING COMMONS: AFFECTIVE AND SOMATIC RELATIONS BETWEEN SELF AND OTHERS",
abstract = "This paper reports on our ongoing researchfocusing on cultivating and exploring the topic ofwhat we refer to as breathing commons. Weapproach breathing as an affective and somaticbodily function that ties the individual with thecollective, and through that aim to foster affectivecommoning among bodies. We present twoworkshops, one physical and one online, that wehave ran amongst our research group on breathingcommons. Three themes emerged from theanalysis of the workshop activities: a) The body asa membrane, b) feelings of intimacy, vulnerabilityand awkwardness, and c) mutual engagement andcare. These show a path towards engaging withbreathing, and potentially with other bodilyfunctions and biodata, aiming to open up thedesign space of doing affective commoningthrough bodily functions that act as a connection between bodies – both human and non-human.",
author = "Vasiliki Tsaknaki and J{\o}rgensen, {Stina Hasse} and Lena K{\"u}hn and Karin Ryding and Mai Hartmann and Jonas Fritsch and Maria Foverskov",
year = "2021",
language = "English",
pages = "207--211",
note = "NORDES 2021 ; Conference date: 01-08-2020",

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AU - Ryding, Karin

AU - Hartmann, Mai

AU - Fritsch, Jonas

AU - Foverskov, Maria

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