Dr Eila Goldhahn’s arts and psychotherapeutic practices explore embodiment and relationship to self and other. Eila is also an artist using photography, site specific installation, film and sculpture to create documents and interventions exploring the fragility of the human condition within ecological boundaries. Her writing draws on dance history, philosophy and psychotherapeutic theories and has been published in international peer reviewed academic journals. Her first book Reflections on Authentic Movement: Theory, Practice and Arts-led Research (Routledge 2022) is widely acclaimed by experts in the field.
Eila Goldhahn dances in front of the digital eye in:
Rafael Lozano-Hemmer’s installation, Venice Bienale 2007.
© Copyright Photograph Stuart J Young
With gratitude to:
Stiftung Rheinland-Pfalz für Kultur for financial support
to create this website as well as new art works;
Dartington College of Arts for supporting arts-led research;
Dartington Trust and Delamore Arts for hosting and supporting large scale art installations such as Unmarked Boxes;
Haus am Dom, Frankfurt;
Anatomisches Institut Erlangen;
Bruxelles Embassy of Rhineland-Palatinate;
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