Intra-action “necessitates pre-established bodies that then participate in action with each other. Intra-action understands agency as not an inherent property of an individual or human to be exercised, but as a dynamism of forces in which all designated ‘things’ are constantly exchanging and diffracting, influencing and working inseparably”
– Karren Barad, Meeting the Universe Halfway: Quantum Physics and the Entanglement of Matter and Meaning
Contribution to In, From & With: Exploring Collaborative Survival
an anthology edited by Grace Denis, preface by Anna L. Tsing.
As seen in Arts of the Working Class, Issue 16: Mords la Main qui te Nourrit Berlin, Summer 2021
Practice your dinner party by hosting outside of your space.
Reach out to a handful of people who would benefit the most from a meal.
Contribute to their rest. Promise to consider your own limits.
Spend mornings cooking dinner. Pack up tenderly. Organize delivery.
What does communal care feel like if food is your love language?
How do you observe your ego, maybe passing through, but never rooting down?