BMC in Film, Video and Photography

 


Otto Ramstad and Olive Bieringa

Beth Goren 

 


Otto Ramstad and Olive Bieringa
Body Cartography Project

"Our work is fed by Body-Mind Centering® , a somatic form of movement
research that addresses the anatomy and physiology of the body in an
experiential way. This work puts guts in our dancing and puts our minds
in our bodies."

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 Beth Goren

Ziji Beth Goren held her first Brownie Hawkeye at age seven.  In 1971, several cameras later, she earned her Nikon School Certificate, training at San Francisco Art Institute in 1972.  Many black & white photographs taken during these California years and travels appear in Rapids , published in 1986 (second edition, 2007).  Beth was a member of the Taos Photo Club 1995-1998, and exhibited petroglyph and nature photography at the Bureau of Land Management in Pilar, NM.  In 1994, she was awarded a fellowship from New York's Asian Cultural Council to document arts in ceremony in the Papuan rainforest in New Guinea.  Beth continues to romance the camera, now digital.
 
Goren states, "Body-Mind Centering gave me the words and language to complement the images captured with the camera's eye.  My next book/CD in-progress, focused on immune responsiveness, offers another creative opportunity to weave sound with the language of BMC."

 

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