The OSLO FLANEUR FESTIVAL is a three day celebration of the flâneur — the stroller, the explorer, the passionate wanderer, the timeless image of the human on the move, the nomad, the urban explorer, the wanderer, the new pilot of humanity in a world in rapid change. O.F.F. transforms the flaneur’s walk into action based urbanism. Together we explore not just the city, but also human wanderlust, nature and culture.
Who is s/he? The Flaneur lives inside all of us. We all recognize the lone walker and the urban explorer. The Flaneur is alone. S/he is the one who removes oneself from the world while standing right in the middle of its steaming heart. Alone – and together with all other flaneurs. During O.F.F. everyone in Oslo becomes a flaneur.
Oslo Flaneur Festival was founded and organized by flaneurie enthusiasts. The current team members are: Stahl Stenslie (NO), Zane Cerpina (NO/LV), Dominik Blasko(SK/DK).
The Journal of Somaesthetics is a peer-reviewed, online, academic research journal devoted to research that advances the interdisciplinary field of somaesthetics, understood as the critical study and meliorative cultivation of the experience and performance of the living body (or soma) as a site of sensory appreciation (aesthesis) and creative self-stylization. The journal therefore welcomes contributions exploring the field of somaesthetics through one -or more- of the many disciplines that already inform this field: philosophy, aesthetics, arts and design research, technology studies, somatic, health, and social sciences, history, physiology, psychology and pedagogy.
The Journal of Somaesthetics is edited by Else-Marie Bukdahl (Denmark), Richard Shusterman (USA), Stahl Stenslie (Denmark/Norway). Designed by Zane Cerpina (NO)