No calendar in a newsletter this time.
While leaning into the gap of this extra- ordinary rupture, we are all experiencing.
we are letting the rupture break open, and listen into what kind of shifts want to be born from it.
Some titles of past work get to a whole next level of meaning in the current context,
like “In it together” or "Tomorrow everything will be different” not saying that we were prophets at that time and predicting what is happening now.
Yet trying to be true to our profile as a company, which says “inhabiting the question”, and "constant exploration towards the myth of reality” we are wiping away and try to let go of what we think world was, our world was, and what art-making is to us, has been. And navigate like anyone else through upcoming attempts on angles and aspects of what we are going through as a collective on this planet together right now. Reading a lot, online. Like all of us might be. Staying adaptable, awake , vulnerable, open and being ready to act promptly when action is needed, seems the grace left right now.
We came across this article by Charles Eisenstein attached below, which captures a wide range of questions and possible perspectives, and which we would like to share with you, and think it is really worth the read.
Meanwhile, we are growing a project that has not stopped making sense or is impossible to go further with throughout this shaken time.
To start a place in the woods, dedicated to regenerative experimentation, arts and living.
We proceed with this quietly, steadily, building slowly with a beautiful small group of people
of designers, architects, artists- lovers of animals, people and minerals.
Enacting a certain resilience, un-doing, light of interconnectedness and spirit of collectivity that is shining through in the process already.
No attempt of calendar or cancelled calendar makes sense to communicate at this point.
What can happen in 3 month, even the rest of 2020 or beyond.
It will emerge, and we will have to engage as wisely and decisively as we possibly can to make it what we believe in and what we want to bring into this world.
We promise to try.
Lots of love,
Vera & Jacob