Justinas Jakštonis (LT)
Morta Pilkaitė (LT)
Any form of reaction - interaction or the sum of those causing any kind of human interrelation of various levels starts from the simplest form of coexistence – sharing a mutual space. If we tried to imagine the very primitive form of coexistence of human beings, there would be no cultural or historical backgrounds, no language, no symbolic values and no other means of communication but the pure presence, or the sum of ‘presences’ being dropped together. The workshop we are proposing suggests one to experience such kind of pure relation, isolated from the rest of the system, making the natural – human senses based - reaction so complicated in the environment we outlive. The idea of realising the concept is to create [physically or metaphorically] enclosed spaces defining the form of human interaction in them. At its best, this would not only be a field of research for the participants, but also an opportunity for the locals to experience a seemingly unexpected relation to spaces and subjects they [think they] know.