Timewise

Lenght x Width x Depht x Time.

The time of the earth is not (yet) in our senses.
Faced with current and future environmental challenges, we need to develop a new view of the planet and of the self. With a practice in the arts and cultural heritage I tend to perceive the world from an artistic perspective, with a focus on the history of humanity. Working with a wide range of artists, designers and scientists, I learn to include the non-human narrative, the pre-human history of nature. This helps me to provoke new ideas about the origins of both nature and culture, to enhance a deeper professional and public understanding of their interconnectivity, of the time-depht of landscapes, earth and atmosphere, and of ourselves as human agency.

Without judgement, without a preconceived idea, curious to see the opportunities that climate (change) may offer to enhance polyphonic discourses with inclusive visual narratives, of human and so-called living, once-living and non-living natural entities.

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