A forest conversation is the name we are giving to the Rights Studio’s gatherings that aim to be intimate, creative, philosophical and sensory.
A forest conversation is the name we are giving to the Rights Studio’s gatherings that aim to be intimate, creative, philosophical and sensory. A forest conversation is an exploratory, non linear, open, surprising and evolving approach to a conversation.
We see it as an ecology, where different parts appear, join in, transform, shift shapes and perhaps disappear. The purpose is to practise the art of conversation.
We are inviting our readers to practise their own ways of seeing and sharing some results of this through photos and drawings; this could be anything, from the mundane to the magnificent. These will be transformed into a collective work on perspectives and presented during the forthcoming festival taking place in.
If you too are seeking different questions, whether about how to act in the face of climate collapse, or how we may change our approach to work, please get in touch as we’d like to organise a series of intimate conversations, where answers and solutions are not welcome.
We often use words and pictures to describe our world and our experiences in it. But sounds can affect us profoundly, they can express things that we find hard to put on paper or into words.