During Impossible Conversation you will discuss a challenging topic based on personal experiences. The different perspectives present in the group come together during the conversation. Impossible Conversation is inspired by a Jesuit method in which you slow down and connect personal images by writing, reading and speaking together.
Distant Thoughts invites you to take a closer look at the contact you make with people you don’t know yet.It is a telephone conversation for two people who do not know each other. You follow a script in which some of the text is fixed, but most of the time you flow with your own words and thoughts. This is an unusual encounter between strangers.
In Digital Silence, the participants play with their own presence and absence, in their rooms and on the internet., looking for a third space, a hybrid space, that is both physical and virtual. ‘Where am I if I’m both in my room and on the screen? And where are you?’
A multitude of images reaches us via our glowing computer and smartphone screens, and in turn, we become an image for others. How do we relate to these images and how do we relate to each other? During Watching Pixels we talk to each other through images that we view online: paintings, photographs and films.