The Geometry of Human Connection
Pheasant, turkey, goose & peacock feathers.
Dimensions: 115 x 115 cm
Systemic thinking looks at the big picture – at how the parts of a system relate. A healthy system contains parts that are connected, that have balance, order and belonging. When this happens the system can relax and be well-functioning.
Our bodies are systems. Our families. Our communities. Our country is a system.
Disorders can be healed with a healthy bond. Johann Hari says, “The opposite of addiction is connection. Addiction is not a substance disorder, it’s a social disorder”. A systemic disorder.
So when parts relate to each other with compassion and connection, something new and whole can arise – even squares from circles!
What would it look like if we would more frequently included the excluded, and relate to each other with connected compassion?