[caption id="attachment_1137" align="alignright" width="400"] Paula Kramer, being-not-being a tree, 2011, photo: Stephen Bottoms[/caption] This paper came out of collaborations with the outdoor movement artist Paula Kramer and the workshop we provided at Tanzkongress, Düsseldorf 2013. ‘I’ll describe improvised movements by a dancer while touching the vegetation, the...

Can a place learn? Can the capability for learning be found not solely within the organism, or the organism responding with its immediate surroundings? Can learning be a capacity found within the wider field of relations between many life forms, a field that includes the...

'Most of the organisms of the world live beyond human sensing of them, and beyond the ways that humans make sense of the world. How to respond to those beings at temporal and geographical distances, and to the human-induced loss of this diverse biological life...

Aristotle uses the word phronēsis in several contexts, to describe a mode of being that is appropriate to situations so uncertain and complex that there is no comprehensible order. Phronēsis is a kind of reasoning together between people. It is improvising when there are no...