In the Middle of Nowhere
Square Meter Tales
If you walk long and aimlessly through the forest, you can feel how the personal husk is crumbling. The practice of non-thinking helps to take internal informational noise off the table.
If you freeze and watch, you can feel a special radio frequency, on which - with interference, of course - transmit forest miracles. Stories, relationship, adventures stretch like cobwebs. I will outline space: a square meter of a fairy tale. Stand and listen.
I will spend two lonely walks: in the forest and in the city. All miracles and fairy tales will be recorded and published on Instagram. Will the radio frequency take offense at me? Will it block the channel, or will it be glad to a new audience? Will fairy tales, drafts and scraps of conversations between trees and bugs be alive? Perhaps the online format will mix the miraculous and the ordinary, will grind everything into a spam of information noise.
The question that really excites me is: will it be possible to transfer the walk as a spiritual practice online, or should the sacred remain invisible.