It is a common philosophical observation that the most elementary phenomena of our existence, are the last and most difficult to become aware of.
( K.E. Løgstrup, Philosopher)
The focus of our work is on the subtle structures of reality that becomes apparent when we cultivate the art of listening in action.
Again and again we hear that in order to solve the complex challenges we are facing – at a personal, local and global scale – we need to come together. To collaborate. To integrate.
We all know this in theory – but in practice it can be very challenging to actually do. How can we use our individual freedom and creativity to create new shared structures? Structures that are conscious, responsible, courageous and wise?
We argue that when we embrace a larger perspective of life, time and space, the realization and experience of interconnectedness tells us something important about reality. We believe that the most powerful, hopeful and joyful ways to confront the future lie there.
Our work has 3 main approaches:
Phenomenological: We examine different aspects of reality from the point of view of an embodied human experience.
Philosophical: We are more curious about questions than answers
Aesthetic: Our work is grounded in participatory, sensorial and immersive art practices.
Our work has 3 main objectives:
Bigger Reality: To place our unique, individual experience within the bigger time and space reality of an unfolding universe.
Collective Intelligence: To understand and develop new, more complex ways of working together that are dynamic, creative and conscious.
Human Meetings: To understand the subtle ways in which culture is created through human encounters.
Our work has 4 Cardinal Virtues
Curiosity, Lightness, Generosity & Response-ability