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  2. This is such an astounding, delightful, and thought provoking connection between artistic hobbies and scientific productivity / 1

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    Reminds me of tales from The Age of Wonder by Richard Holmes, for example that Humphrey Davy didn't readily distinguish poetry and science (and psychonautics). They were all intermixed in his notebooks 2/

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    There's also a killer Goethe quote that says something like "science and poetry welled up from the same source and in some superior future they will come together as one again" 3/

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    And how interesting that performance / theatre seems the most connected of all. A conclusion one might easily draw from reading, for example, 'Impro' by Keith Johnston, where acting is the creative embodied exploration of ideas. 4/

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    I've been super inspired by Kate Sagovsky's work on movement, bit till now not sufficiently emboldened to insist we make it part of our/my day to day work. This must change. Check out Laban's Efforts in Action: A Movement Handbook amazon.co.uk/dp/1472533240/

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