The Play of Sensory Modalities

On the types of exercises and games in his improv and music creation classes:

Then you shuffle the roles and play again. People keep experiencing the game from different perspectives: sometimes watching it from the outside as a spectator, sometimes hearing it only as sound, sometimes participating in it. I think people get a greater insight into the game by being shuffled through those different roles.
Misha Glouberman with Sheila Heti. The Chairs Are Where the People Go: How to Live, Work, and Play in the City.

Simple to adapt to a bit of solo play (while for example being transported on public transit): look, listen (with eyes closed) and move about. There is a show on — and you're part of it somehow.

And so for day 1146