"The human body is a product of natural evolution, but also of our own history." (Lingis 1994, vii)
Places are fragmentary and inward-turning histories, pasts that others are not allowed to read, accumulated times that can be unfolded but like stories held in reserve, remaining in an enigmatic state, symbolizations encysted in the pain or pleasure of the body.
Michel de Certeau
I just became an extended body, which carries history of another body! I became a mother!
This video is part of my practice led PhD research, phase one, "Microprojects on walking and waiting"