It lay like a log absolutely motionless and apparently deprived of all its faculties by our damp climate, so inhospitable to foreign visitors
Lecture-performance, 2015

If we’d approach the ways we see, hear, sense and imagine art and the world around us as an ‘ecosystem of attention’ – would we discover a conceptual landscape populated with animals, plants and objects that somehow clarifies the media character of the cultural ecosystems we embody? In search of answers, we follow a single trope: the crocodile, a predator that devours language and culture to then retreat like a heavy, taciturn creature to the river bottom of many books and films.
Tanzquartier, Vienna, 7 February 2020
De Brakke Grond, Amsterdam, 19 March 2015. In the framework of On Enclosed Spaces and the Great Outdoors, curated by David Weber-Krebs.
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