|Robynne Redgrave on Tue, 29 Jan 2019 18:50:39 +0100 (CET)|
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Perhaps I can contribute or side-route with an example of (local scale? - or micro scale?) intervention I perform daily on the Helsinki public metro.
I leave anonymous notes for strangers to find on the metro cars. I guess in hopes of nudging the finder to ask them self (and others) big questions about #*platform attention economy and the act of tuning out (or in?) to realities...(*techno*-mediated-spaces?) Power. Anyways, I believe this intervention is, in some way, making an impact (micro scale?) that in my mind, can also eventually become, say macro scale? Maybe.
Consider this action (art?) communication, as the kind that intervenes unexpectedly into people’s lives and - hereby through chance encounter - opens one’s worldview to pause and consider the unknown. In this case a local stranger (me?) is among us, alien, reaching out, caring for, anonymously asking questions, seemingly underground, somewhat emerging?
Consider if this art work is poetic rubbish (at least recycling), micro-nothing-at-all, or if it is like a stray seed of a meaningful weed, soon to multiply exponentially and fully transform a whole field.
The project is documented here:
-all is full of love
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