Lygia Clark’s Practices of Care and Teaching: Somaesthetic Contributions For Art Education
Keywords:Lygia Clark, Art education, Somaesthetic, Brazilian art
This article examines the work of the Brazilian artist Lygia Clark through a somaesthetic perspective while highlighting the didactic and therapeutic aspects of her oeuvre. After thinking through the connections between Lygia Clark’s art practices and somaesthetics, this article suggests some methods that could contribute to improving the contemporary field of art education.
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