November 10, 2014

Long time ago I’ve heard for the first time about the method heavily practiced by performers and musicians – Feldenkrais Method. I got a script on different body practices like Alexander, Aida Rolf body methods and similar things from then mime performer Slaven Juriša.  I ordered the book Awareness Through Movements and went to workshop by Claudia Mader. Back then there were no people teaching this great body method in Croatia. After this first experience for years I was waiting for someone to start finally teaching it in Zagreb

Fortunately, over last few years few people finished schools in Germany and Austria for Feldenkrais method, and finally I got an opportunity to join one practice in order to work more on it. I started with sessions by Krešimir Šoš and Sven Eric.

I have to admit that after reading so many books on different body practices, experiencing a variety of martial arts, physical and dance trainings, Feldenkrais method is still for me the best. I would recommend this method to be a part of elementary school education, because his ideas are still revolutionary.

What I like particularly with Feldenkrais method is the opposite fact of what happens sometimes to people who are heavily involved in different body practices and that’s escapism. It’s great to be relaxed and we should strive for this, but sometimes I discuss with people involved in yoga or meditation about it. Sometimes I get impression that people in the West practicing Eastern techniques are becoming escapists, like they don’t want to listen about sufferings and problems happening to the rest of the world because they want to keep their inner peace. Well, who buy this? Honestly. No offense.

And I’m saluting every day to social workers and special needs educationalists because they witness and deal stories on daily basis the rest of us can hardly bear. Don’t get me wrong, I still practice every morning Baduanjin Qigong and Taiji, but being a practitioner of Eastern methods doesn’t mean we have to escape from real life into new age.

This is why Moche Feldenkrais was an exceptional person – scientist by profession, Martial arts practitioner and explorer of human body with a lot of empathy left in different corners.

Home Made Bio Electronic Arts

November 6, 2014



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Deringaj Hackathon Playground

August 5, 2014

Possible personal projects I want to work on during the hackathon ‘Subtle Technologies: Bio-Electric Dimensions, no. 2’ in Deringaj:

DIY Solar Synth – continuation of solar synth I did for Origamitronica in 2012
DIY Solar Garden Light Hack – Solar Battery Charger: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zmgyk0U1Q4c

Links for the workshops:

DIY Microscopy (Thanks Marc Dusseiller):

to be updated continuously for sure

For my collaborators:

For Suzan & Marina:
DIY Kites from umbrella: http://www.instructables.com/id/Build-a-delta-kite-from-an-umbrella/?ALLSTEPS


More on hackathon Subtle Technologies here:

Deringaj Hackathon: http://radiona.org/hackathon-subtle-technologies-no-2-deringaj/


This blog needs a new life

Hi there, long time no see! If you’re reading this it’s probably because you were subscribed long time ago to the RSS feed of my beloved blog (at the time when the internet was full of stories on Web 2.0 cultures). I liked a lot doing it for years, it gave me lots of opportunities for self expression, then I switched more to practice related DIY / DIWO hacking and open source – maker scene, which eventually led to stopping my frequent blogging activities. But that was really long time ago…

At this point I’m not sure yet what to do with it, except that I know for sure I want to use this space for my current work, actually for any work. So, blog is here, blogger is back, but don’t expect the same content you were used to before. Not like magazine or something, more like really my personal notebook space… thanks for understanding, but this blog seriously needs a new life.