Attention Feeder, 2016
The Attention Feeder is a two hour collective exercise in prolonged attention. We will begin by creating a shared vocabulary for use during a series of guided narratives on the interwoven relationship between living, nonliving and human perception, as a way to perceive in less anthropocentric ways. Texts included the introductory chapter of Making the Geologic Now: Responses to Material Conditions of Contemporary Life (Ellsworth/Kruse) and Being Alive: Essays on Movement, Knowledge and Description, “Part II The Meshwork” (Ingold). Attention Feeder Objects: Distilled Chlorophyll.