Can we cure our illness with words? By multiplying the bridges between the living world and our humanity? #BridgingTheGaps #FertileDisobedience #BetweenUs
Currently developing Theia MediaLab (working title), an independent #SlowNews ecofeminist media emancipating our consciousness from expressions like anticapitalist, antipatriarchy, antidomination, decolonization. Let's (re)build a tangible and fertile lexical field for neologisms.
Foster the emergence of our exoisms (copyleft Damasio), stimulate our critical thinking to tame our cognitive biases.
If inequality seemed to have diminished in recent decades, it is just because, hidden in the shadows, patriarchy was slyly proceeding with its face masked'. Hidden behind insidious rhetoric, it replaced meaningful words with operational concepts, de facto reducing our cognitive abilities. Bewitched, our collective intelligence has somewhat sunk into cognitive dissonance. So here we are now, assigned to resistance against this artificial humanity.
If I choose the point of view of women, it is because we are the only ones who are both crazy and wise enough to defeat this old world and invent the next one.
After social conquests, haro on mental conquests. Our brains are lazy. Let's challenge them!
In 1883 painter Claude Monet first rented a house in the French town of Giverny. After purchasing the property and adjoining land, the artist transformed an existing small pond into a water garden with water lilies and a Japanese-style bridge from which he could observe the water and the flowers.