Everyday (re) productions

This is not about only about documenting the daily grind or the mundane, nor is it about a kind of social science ethnography – though these are elements that might be discerned in our practice. We also want to imagine something different - a re-composition, a de-familiarization: a process whereby we try to dis-engage from where we are, in a sense to overcome our everyday to think about the other - other humans, other animals; other machines; other-as-earth; other-as-cosmos to start to restyle who we are in a process of becoming. What we aspire to do is to engage us all (differently at different times) with an eclectic, collective, praxis of working-through, that both employs different mediums and concepts and produces different objects, encounters and conversations.