Shape of consciousness/ Psychogeographer
A wooden square board and iron cubes constitute the "psychogepgrapher" a system of objects, which mimic the way a conversation develops. It invites us to spend time together and get to know each other. With simple construction materials and shapes we can document, identify and draw our communication. With the set sequence we can introduce our reality.
Reality is what we accept as such, personally or collectively and is defined by contrasting it to a context. Two opposites force reality into shape. One is external and comes from our surrounding, spatial and social environment. The other is internal as we repeat and recreate an identified pattern (whether consciously or not). Our thoughts and intentions take form tangible world.
In this era of crisis and interregnum, how do we shape our environment with our actions and beliefs?
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