Moving alike

Kliinshipp ceremony series on paper, Newport, VT, 2020

This series examines movement, as a common characteristic that humans and nonhumans share.
A visual analysis of movement can suggest a new perspective through which to look at human-nonhuman connections on Earth. 

I explored how it constitutes an important means through which similarity with nonhumans is constituted in everyday practice. 

This daily activity is changing, though not along any single path, from simpler to more complex forms.