Once we are able to perceive something, we seem then able to merge that perception, in nearly unlimited ways, with all our previous perceptions - and, in that process, something new emerges. If we have a particular passion for a subject or territory, we can follow those perceptions and processes for decades of our life, delving deeper into the potency and meaning of what we are doing.
Part of the magic of this is that we have many separate lives within us, each of which can experience and view what we are involved in in different ways. So we have many interior voices that are contributing to the creative recipe, whether we are bringing these inner workings together on something simple like matching similar stones, or if we're applying it to the artistic creation of our life itself. Each integration forms a new whole.
In this series, Aviv Shahar and a global group of "weavers" with varied academic, professional and life backgrounds, bring together the hidden threads and themes behind new possibilities emerging across all aspects of human experience.
Things move from: what do you want to feel? To: what do you want to say? That's also a journey. I think it might be one of the reasons we weave different elements together, because we're looking for different spices, flavors, tools, to be able to say what we want to say.