We can make it on our own, but all indications are that the most fruitful numerical arrangement consists of small groups of three or four people who have reached the same level or state of consciousness.

Térrea.Lab proposes a shared ecosystem. It is a dynamic space of transdisciplinary artistic sharing created from the practice of experimentation in joint consciousness. Térrea.Lab can be an artistic residence, a laboratory or a manifesto.

When someone joins with others, the sharing is born from the radiation between the bodies, from the knowledge of the body, from subjectivities and potentialities. In this collective radiation, we don’t know where we are going, but we know that there is something to be shared. This joint fluctuation brings this cyclical movement of transformations up to date in the face of an overflowing of forces, and can materialize, for example, in the form of text, image, sound, dance, performance.

“My doing” comes from the experience of the “many other doings” that preceded me, so it is not an experience of the self, but a state of trans-individual consciousness. Based on this conception, Térrea.Lab is also a cyberspace of fragments of ongoing processes compiled in film archives, photographs, texts, graphic, sound, and choreographic compositions created from the joint experience between individuals who identify with “being drifting through the worlds in the world” and open to transformations in relation to the ways in which we are represented and challenged in the cultural systems around us.