INNER GARDEN

if you think about a garden as a mental space
it is so important to have your inner garden
especially when the natural sensation became replaced by other kinds
synthetic ones
how to cultivate your mind, your own garden?
with something very personal
the individual thing you hold tight to
it can be a person, landscape, memory, thought
GROUNDING ONESELF

what are the things that hold us to the ground?
physical sensations
stabilizers
little things
feet in the cold river
smell of the cut grass
when you feel connected to something that is here close to you
naturally running
real things
RHIZOME

how can you connect the field of quantum mechanics
to the field of emotions to the field of arts,
to the field of anything?
everything has a multiplicity into something
with connections appears a newer understanding
that creates another understanding
and another understanding creates a new root
art can be seen as a root making a succession of connections
connections between fields creating new fields of knowledge
new rhizomatic thoughts
UNEXPLORED PLANES

write a text as a rhizome
show connections through arrows
cross the points where they intersect
they represent planes
new understandings
the versatility of all of the connections make new planes
new paths
in geography, a plane is a vast grass field
in the rhizome, a plane is an unexplored territory
different territories of the work
unexplored fields of knowledge
choreography of ideas
ESCAPE ROUTES / ROOTS

nature as unapproachable and ever-changing
or too far from your comprehension
in between stability and change
maybe some roots go outside of the comfort zone
escape routes


an institution that understands its environment
and finds ways out of the comfort zone
stable but always evolving
adapting to new conditions
an institution that is an adaptive system
stable in its constant change
escaping from the rigidity
INNER GARDEN

if you think about a garden as a mental space
it is so important to have your inner garden
especially when the natural sensation became replaced by other kinds
synthetic ones
how to cultivate your mind, your own garden?
with something very personal
the individual thing you hold tight to
it can be a person, landscape, memory, thought
GROUNDING ONESELF

what are the things that hold us to the ground?
physical sensations
stabilizers
little things
feet in the cold river
smell of the cut grass
when you feel connected to something that is here close to you
naturally running
real things
RHIZOME

how can you connect the field of quantum mechanics
to the field of emotions to the field of arts,
to the field of anything?
everything has a multiplicity into something
with connections appears a newer understanding
that creates another understanding
and another understanding creates a new root
art can be seen as a root making a succession of connections
connections between fields creating new fields of knowledge
new rhizomatic thoughts
UNEXPLORED PLANES

write a text as a rhizome
show connections through arrows
cross the points where they intersect
they represent planes
new understandings
the versatility of all of the connections make new planes
new paths
in geography, a plane is a vast grass field
in the rhizome, a plane is an unexplored territory
different territories of the work
unexplored fields of knowledge
choreography of ideas
ESCAPE ROUTES / ROOTS

nature as unapproachable and ever-changing
or too far from your comprehension
in between stability and change
maybe some roots go outside of the comfort zone
escape routes


an institution that understands its environment
and finds ways out of the comfort zone
stable but always evolving
adapting to new conditions
an institution that is an adaptive system
stable in its constant change
escaping from the rigidity