Event | Transformative Learning Hub | Reading Everyday Life as Performance | with YiLing Hung | Sept 21, 9.30 -12.30

Wednesday September 21, 9.30 -12.30 | Wageningen Campus, Forum building, room V031 | Registration required

Please register here: https://forms.office.com/r/y526gv0B2y

In this TL hub session, we will explore and experience together how the action of reading and the perception of the world relate to each other.

What is reading? We can read a book or a piece of text, we can read someone’s facial expression or behavior, and we can also read things in our surrounding – a tree, a bird, a house and so on.
There are certainly connections between the action of reading and our perception of the world – we read, decode and give meanings.

During the session, there will be individual assignments and moments to share your findings to the group.

This workshop is part of a creative project ‘From Life to Life Performance – A Guidebook of Creating a Life Performance’, funded by Stimuleringfonds Creatieve Industrie (Creative Industries Fund NL). 

Recommended reading:

“Essay on the Notion of Reading” (original version: “Essai sur la Notion de Lecture”) written by Simone Weil

YiLing Hung

YiLing is external PhD candidate at the Rural Sociology Group (RSO) at Wageningen University. She’s also an artistic researcher at Utrecht University of the Arts (HKU) and performing artist & scenographer at Studio LABORATELIER  

E: yiling.hung@wur.nl ; website: https://yilinghung.com