Collaboration, as a foundational element of our collective work, causes us to slow down and spend more time reflecting on the creative process and discussing our values as artists and academics. This intentional deceleration and commitment to a slower approach, which is important to both of our practices, allows us to focus on the process of making rather than the production of an end product. Through our dialogues, an encounter with the other emerges and our individual practices become one. This text is a performance of that dialogue.
This article also appears in the issue 104 - CollectivesDiscover