Conversation Pit #1

Thanks to Yasmina Giles, Hannah Potbury and Mark van Wetering for test-driving Conversaton Pit with me.

Renovation-Room Conversation Pit

The provocation for the first Conversation Pit was from Timothy Morton in Conversation with Verso Books focusing on the sections in which Morton introduces his term Subscendence and the possibility that ‘the whole is less than the sum of its parts’ and how this might impact on community and collective(1:31 – 12:15)

Supported by the (semi)practical provocation; if we were to accept this thinking into life, how might it lead us to re-imagine cohabitation in day to day living?

 The ‘pit’ for this conversation was the Renovation-Room Conversation Pit a retro styled space in our mid-renovation study, at my home in Mt Albert.

Published by Jill Sorensen

Artist and Fine Arts Lecturer, interested in how we function internally and in relation to other humans and animals.

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