why in situ?
we gather in the environments directly related to the exploratory venues. The main purpose of applying this approach is to immerse in the relations of objects creating given environment, rather than to examine them independently.
we are in a constant search for the radical, conflicted minds, coming from different fields and parts of the world. The initiative is fundamentally process-driven (the participants and the conductors remain in a constant flux).
how is the meeting place decided upon?
the current curatorial team organizes the chaos of the outside applications. Everyone interested can propose the meeting, if chosen, one can help with co-organising the trip and stay for those travelling from afar.
It leads us to some unexpected places, as the meeting points emerge through the people crossing our paths.
what is the structure of a meeting?
the meetings take accordingly different forms, eg.: of workshops, debates, performances, rituals, explorations, yet undescribed experiments.
does it cost anything?
as a non-profit initiative, we try to preserve the meetings on the minimum financial costs. If needed, the budget is distributed accordingly to the financial possibilities of people taking part in the given event.
can I take a peek into the gazing if not being able to attend?
we value the privacy, intimacy and unique atmosphere accompanying each tryst. The documentation of the events varies in form, depending on the general consent of the participants.
do the Gazing Zones have any geological limitations?
no geological limitations. The more conflicted and harder to access the environment is (e.g. data center, coral reef, a removed island) the bigger challenge, but we can thrive in the most common places (e.g. a kitchen, zoo, or a field of lava, depending on the contextualized norm).
We do follow or question our ethical and moral concerns when choosing the place for the meeting, understanding the consequences of our presence in a given surrounding.