Publié le 10 juin 2021 Mis à jour le 11 juin 2021

Ce cinquième atelier du cycle « Corps et apprentissage collectif » sera animé par Laura Geiger. Le cycle est organisé par TanBaafi Lab, association hébergée à l'Espace associatif et culturel du Campus Condorcet.


le 14 juin 2021

de 16h à 19h en anglais


S'inscrire : tan.baafi.lab(at)  

How Embodiment Can Value the Undervalue

Throughout modern history and across cultures, few have organized to offset the capitalist/colonial/patriarchal devaluation of reproductive labor, which is the labor required to sustain us so that we can produce. Napping and rest are gaining momentum in the public sphere as legitimate acts of resistance to overwork and over-consumption. Reproductive labor, however, often falls through the cracks of attention, despite the fact that all people and systems rely on this unseen work in order to function. I propose that embodiment as an ongoing practice can bring value not just to reproductive labor but to that which is undervalued across our personal, social, and professional bodies. Where we bring mindfulness, we validate. Where we incorporate spontaneity, we create agency. Where we introduce a witness, we build capacity for solidarity. Where we dishabituate, we find opportunity for change. I invite you to come dance among the radicals and change your relationship to your own labor.


Laura Geiger is a somatic educator and applied theatre practitioner who seeks to democratize creative arts in order to help living communities develop healthy relational ecologies and create generative spaces of reflection and change. Laura has an undergraduate degree in sociology with a focus on gender and work and lives in southern Sweden. 

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