Este artigo questiona se podemos criar um sentido incorporado do Antropoceno, e em caso afirmativo, como é que nos podemos situar numa relação mais empática com o mundo não-humano? Se sentirmos, numa escala individual, a parte que temos nos sistemas naturais que suportam a vida, podemos tornar-nos mais habilitados para fazer as necessárias transformações nas nossas ações de modo a denunciar a degradação da natureza à escala global. Discuto as práticas somáticas e criativas que oferecem ferramentas para cultivar um sentido de presença na e enquanto natureza, dando exemplos de práticas criativas de artistas, incluindo algumas das minhas explorações que visam a incorporação da ‘paisagem na figura’
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