" I have always thought about the way that we see things. Even as a young child, my curiosity was peaked by the "unseen." My mother being a microbiologist gave me insight on the microscopic world, which in turn, opened my eyes to how much I don't see within our world. How much information am I missing!? I had always had an interest in how we as humans understand the world, and most importantly, how we understand our place within it. I resonate with the quote "We don't see things as they are, we see things as we are." This to me is directly related to movement because we move through life in the form of our bodies, and our bodies are in constant motion. I know that everything is in constant motion through vibrations, I have started to theorize that all life forms move in specific patterns. I have found through my research that geometric shapes and self similar growth patterns manifest themselves on all levels. Micro to macroscopic, energy is essentially moving in the same way. I am obsessed with the idea that so much is going on around us all the time, that we simply cannot see, or hardly have an awareness of. So much of our perception is an illusion, I mean hell.... our vision is an illusion!!! I think that the unseen is a enticing place to provoke curiosity. Does altering the perspective of ones reality allow for them to realize that things may not be what they seem to be?
In all of this interest I am essentially seeking the relationship in which pattern moves throughout space and time. I find that there is an earthy spiritual connection to this idea as well a a physical connection. How do cycles of the earths moments begin to alter the cycle in which humans move? Some living beings have circadian rhythms. We base our time system on movement cycles of the planet. For example, A lunation is a westerns calendars month. One earth orbital trip around the sun is a year.. we literally base our movements in relation to the patterns of our universe... AND MOST OF US DON'T EVEN REALIZE THIS!!! It is this type of interconnection that I seek. I think the notion that movement is a fundamental aspect of perception has been lost..