The work of Inner Transition explores the underlying cultural assumptions and intentions that form the backbone of our working and living together. Potential resilience lies in these on-the-ground moments of relating. Embodied improvisational processes can shine a light on these moments in a way that supports deep learning together and releases co-intelligence, spiraling creativity and collaborative power.
A collective of context artists will seed the experience of this emerging culture of Inner Transition. These seeds will “take root” in public spaces and contexts, making the experience accessible to residents through interactive structured improvisations or “happenings” that “make the familiar unfamiliar”, invoke transformation through insight, celebration and fun and grow resilient collaborative culture in Guelph.