Turkish marriage ritual: design for experience based embodied interaction

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By means of choreography, movement and bodily interaction, developed by design-choreographer Si-etske Klooster (www.sietskeklooster.nl/), we observe and explore the complex rituals revolving around Turkish marriage and develop a new ritual, based on expressive, interactive and physicalized movements and gestures (Klooster, 2005). From this process and research progress, we want to give shape, in an organic way, to a new ritualized form, gesture or artefact, bringing it to life and giving it a new intercultural meaning. This paper is the reflection of the intensive exploration of the possibilities of participation with a family from the Turkish Muslim community living in the Schaerbeek vicinity of Brussels, as a process of explor-ing/making/doing/performing and a way to get grip on marriage ritual through design and choreography. Auto-ethnography (Reed-Danahay, 1997) mediates as Kloosters personal and explorative way to grasp this complex, culture related creative practice. Kloosters auto-ethnographic insights are rendered in this paper as a full narrative.
Originele taal-2Engels
TitelTurkish Migration Conference: Comparative Perspectives and Continuities: 30 May-01 June 2014, London, United Kingdom
Plaats van productieLondon
StatusGepubliceerd - 2014
Evenement2014 Turkish Migration Conference: Comparative Perspectives and Continuities (TMC 2014): May 30-June 1, 2014, London, United Kingdom - Regent's University London, London, Verenigd Koninkrijk
Duur: 30 mei 20141 jun 2014
http://migrationcenter.org/tmc2014

Congres

Congres2014 Turkish Migration Conference: Comparative Perspectives and Continuities (TMC 2014): May 30-June 1, 2014, London, United Kingdom
Verkorte titelTMC 2014
LandVerenigd Koninkrijk
StadLondon
Periode30/05/141/06/14
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    Kint, J. M. L., & Klooster, S. (2014). Turkish marriage ritual: design for experience based embodied interaction. In Turkish Migration Conference: Comparative Perspectives and Continuities: 30 May-01 June 2014, London, United Kingdom