How do we actually think about the decisions we make? Do we give ourselves space for reflection and do we always see all alternative routes?
In an age where the pillars of our society are crumbling, it becomes clear that we need to re-think. But how? As early as when we begin school and are formed to fit better into our society, blockages start forming in our brains and our creative thinking is drastically restricted. What is required in order to think outside these blockages?
In my degree project, I investigate how an increased diversity of sensory impressions may promote reflection and free thinking in decision-making situations. In the constructed environments in which we live, sensory impressions are all alike and plain. By focusing on small details, I want to construct a path for thinking that can take us out of the powerlessness to act that we are in today.
Liberating objects in a thought-paralyzing environment.