In this short reflection, introducing one of the Thinking With Tongues activation tools: the net-bag, we look at subject-object relationships, net-bag networks, through poetic disseminations of the concepts of packing, zipping, collecting, and folding.
Embedding in the post-Anthropocene As we are preparing ourselves for the coming walk(s), we are keen about trying out different routes, times, places and ways of walking. Our previous walk was early in the morning, when we started… Read More
Writing-walking as artful practice one night in April 2019 Our previous walk through the landscapes of Hoek van Holland was an enunciative practice. Steps, chats, a rope and different landscapes made us unite in a bodily experience with… Read More
When we found out that we could organise walks, rather than a formal evening with panel discussions and speakers, a spring of collective energy opened up. How can we organise Nights of Philosophy that are stress-free, not just… Read More
What was polderwalking? polderwalking is situating yourself in a familiar environment in an unfamiliar way
What would happen if we began to assume that all matter, organic and inorganic, was animated by vital energy?