Lauryn offers workshops that invite participants to engage with different topics and environments through their senses. This approach activates the investigative nature of our tangible bodies and fosters trust building in our bodily knowledge.

For the development of new workshops, Lauryn draws from her active artistic research practice. Her current special interest lies in the perception of smell, and particularly the politics of body scent. She conceptually explores this through the lens of the cultural history of smell, neuroscience and psychology of smell, philosophy of smell, and sociology of odors. In addition, Lauryn is inspired by narratives of empowerment and resistance, which have led her to examine the influence of the physical and socio-cultural dynamics of space on body perception through site-specific interventions and tactile-sound installations. Overall, Lauryn is always keen to discover new topics and fields that relate to the senses as well as raising awareness about them.

If you would like to inquire about Lauryn delivering a workshop for you or if you are looking for a workshop concept, get in touch:

See workshop portfolio here.