if we begin to look for rhythm in the landscape, we become more aware of the landscape-
navigating is to: know the current position and compare it to the previous position
Following edges around corners may be a way to quantify space and qualify our position in it
goal: to be more conscientious, aware of the time and areas we occupy and how we occupy them- with what attitudes and speeds. to be more aware of the paths, routes we take and know why we take them. To be aware of their larger context. The individual intent existing with multiple intents in a system.
we may need to look slowly
and be slow to speak
how can you REORGANIZE, REORDER, a space to change our engagement with it.
Goal: to become more aware of the space we occupy: what are the ways to identify that:
What liminal structures do we pass over in the room. How could the identification of those structures make us more aware of ourselves. What value is there in that?