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We see ourselves working at the edge of two important moments: we are assisting with the death of a world that has been harmful, but that has given us important gifts, at the same time that we assist with the birth of something new, still undefined and potentially (but not necessarily) wiser.


We have engaged with different experiments, knowledges, movements and struggles to learn about the joys, the challenges, the paradoxes and the pitfalls of offering palliative care to a system in decline and enabling other realities to emerge.


We have worked with different communities and visited many places around the world as we explored what we would like to do, and what we would like to do differently.

These are some of the questions that have guided our learning:


  • How can we engage and be taught by different systems of knowledge and being,  struggles and attempts to create alternatives, (a)cutely aware of their gifts, limitations, ignorances and contradictions, as well as our own projections, graftings and instrumentalizations?


  • How has modernity (including its internal critique) trapped us in conceptualizations of (and relationships with) language, knowledge, agency, autonomy, identity, difference, body, education, criticality, art, sexuality, earth, time, space, and self…that restrict our horizons and what we consider to be possible / intelligible? [what restricts what is possible for us to sense, understand, articulate, want and imagine?]


  • How can we tap the possibilities that are viable but unintelligible within dominant paradigms? (How to invite people to consider what is deemed “impossible”?)


  • What would dialogue, horizontality and solidarity look like beyond the imaginative boundaries of capitalism, socialism, anarchism, anthropocentric humanism and separability? [how have our dreams been tamed?]


  • What can engender a stream of connections and a sense of care and commitment to everything that overrides self-interest and is not dependent on convictions, knowledge, identity or understanding?


  • What educational processes can override our categorical neurological wiring and bio-chemical responses (our fears, self-interest, narratives, ego, narcissistic tendencies, wounds, etc), activate a visceral sense of entanglement, responsibility, humility, generosity, sanity (not dependent on will or intellectual choices), and open up possibilities/worlds that are viable, but unimaginable or inarticulable within our current frames of reference? [what, beyond convictions, can offer an antidote to indifference? what could enable us to allow the "land" to dream through our bodies?]


  • How can we transform our shit into fertilizer and start to heal our individual and collective pain without guilt, paralysis, self-righteousness, entitlement, depoliticization, wound-attachment, transference, tantrums, re-wounding and drama?


  • How can we rigorously mobilize an “alternative way to engage with alternatives” ( walking/ dancing/ breathing/ stumbling differently together in a foggy road) without arrogance, righteousness, dogmatism and perfectionism?


  • How can we hospice a dying way of knowing/being and assist with the birth of something new, still fragile, undefined and potentially (but not necessarily) wiser with radical tenderness?

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