Slow Observation





Drawing is a mode of slow observation, encouraging attentiveness to detail and change over time. It acts as an embodied practice to build knowledge of the body through the body.

In combination with other Lived Skin Studies, it forms an approach to studying the body as a physiological site and encourage participants to be attentive to their body and the space that it inhabits in the world. This forms a methodology for mapping shifting qualities, terrains, and manifestations of a changing human skin.