PROTECTED BODY

an enclosed space where the body is protected
but also a porous space that has a boundary and is visually closed
a protective space that wants to communicate
even with the physical barriers there are ways of opening up and communicating
maybe through some tubes
i can see a little huts with tubes that can send things
or speak through them
a personal pavilion
an ecosphere
EVOLVING PAVILION

pavilion that evolves and changes, or reverses itself
it goes up and down, goes up and down
there is a way a pavilion appears and pavilion dissolves
it follows the natural rhythm of opening and closing
it fluctuates as we are opening and closing
there is always something threatening the inside
wind, rain, dust, storm, diseases, viruses
there is no full protection
there is a realness and rawness that you need to feel at a tangible level
you have to interact with the threat
you have to interact with nature, your own nature
SHARED SPACE

space where you don’t need to negotiate with other human bodies
but it is also a possibility
shared space that allows your body and other bodies to be protected
it is safe and a non-safe space
individual responsibility is a mutual care
you are responsible for your own space
so you need to reconsider space
be hyper-aware of your space
it allows the collective care to emerge
VULNERABILITY

there is a beauty in being vulnerable, honest, and true
there is also something really scary about it
if it doesn’t allow you to be your true self and exposed
is it a good thing?
when do you need to actually protect yourself?
when is it ok to be vulnerable and opened?
how can the art world encourage that authenticity?
encourage your nature
CO-CREATION

your personal institution
your own community that grows around you
sustaining you
instead of reaching out to the existing institutions
you shape your own space
you articulate interactions between people
inclusive practices that bring artistic creation to many
institution of many selves and shared creations
where you don’t need a lot of energy for little compensation
where co-creation is priority
sharing skills instead of exhibiting
where there is a continuum in experimentation
and you meditate together through art-making
PROTECTED BODY

an enclosed space where the body is protected
but also a porous space that has a boundary and is visually closed
a protective space that wants to communicate
even with the physical barriers there are ways of opening up and communicating
maybe through some tubes
i can see a little huts with tubes that can send things
or speak through them
a personal pavilion
an ecosphere
EVOLVING PAVILION

pavilion that evolves and changes, or reverses itself
it goes up and down, goes up and down
there is a way a pavilion appears and pavilion dissolves
it follows the natural rhythm of opening and closing
it fluctuates as we are opening and closing
there is always something threatening the inside
wind, rain, dust, storm, diseases, viruses
there is no full protection
there is a realness and rawness that you need to feel at a tangible level
you have to interact with the threat
you have to interact with nature, your own nature
SHARED SPACE

space where you don’t need to negotiate with other human bodies
but it is also a possibility
shared space that allows your body and other bodies to be protected
it is safe and a non-safe space
individual responsibility is a mutual care
you are responsible for your own space
so you need to reconsider space
be hyper-aware of your space
it allows the collective care to emerge
VULNERABILITY

there is a beauty in being vulnerable, honest, and true
there is also something really scary about it
if it doesn’t allow you to be your true self and exposed
is it a good thing?
when do you need to actually protect yourself?
when is it ok to be vulnerable and opened?
how can the art world encourage that authenticity?
encourage your nature
CO-CREATION

your personal institution
your own community that grows around you
sustaining you
instead of reaching out to the existing institutions
you shape your own space
you articulate interactions between people
inclusive practices that bring artistic creation to many
institution of many selves and shared creations
where you don’t need a lot of energy for little compensation
where co-creation is priority
sharing skills instead of exhibiting
where there is a continuum in experimentation
and you meditate together through art-making