An Ecological Biosphere..

Beyond the image of mother nature, as a place that it’s purity needs to be conserved, like replacing the current monotheism with another and build on the commodification of the new, life has cracks, contamination, depression, weirdness.
It’s all the flowing states beyond rights-wrongs, objects-subjects, masters-slaves, where creatures dancing on the mesh that we are connected through, our ecology.


· About 


· Biophilic Experience

· Shared World


· Memory without Brain

· Intimacy with the uknown

Terry Vergos is a polymath artist, a biophilic experiences designer and qigong instructor. He creates performance-lectures and workshops exploring ecological thought.

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Shared world

To understand the complex relationships in our ecosystems we may need to challenge our perception of reality, which each of us (inclusive of all species), experience in our own unique way. We may need to untangle ourselves from the concepts of our current worldview. We may need to hone our ability to see multiple views and realities, to learn to coexist as socio-ecological challenges intensify, causing societies to fragment and divide.

Shared world is a programme for people interested in exploring socio-ecological issues and how they interconnect and emerge from our individual and collective worldviews, drawing on concepts from anthropology, ecology and philosophy.

The programme explores questions such as: “Is ‘Nature’, as we think of it, part of the problem?” “How do we experience what we call reality?” “How can we develop ‘ecological thinking?” and “how can we think about ecological aesthetics?”

“It’s always easier not to think for oneself. Find a nice safe hierarchy and settle in. Don’t make changes, don’t risk disapproval. It’s always easiest to let yourself be governed. There’s a point, when you have to choose whether to be like everybody else the rest of your life, or to make a virtue of your peculiarities. Those who build walls are their own prisoners. I’m going to fulfil my proper function in the social organism. I’m going to unbuild walls.”
Ursula Le Guin, The Dispossessed