SLOW is an unpublished, unpublic endeavour. It is an irregularly, ongoing experiment of analysing neurodiverse predispositions in various media.
Over approximately 10 years, SLOW transformed from intents of a healing into a collection of methodical examinations of illness and its boundaries, definitions and stigmata as artistic strategies.
SLOW includes 2 thesis papers, performances, drawings, reading lists, various photo-series and research about the history of the depressive paradigm.
All SLOW outcome reflects phases of insecurity, failure, collapse, despair, regain, confusion, hope, repetition, excitement, and overstimulated drive.
Starting point was Christine Ross’ book “Aesthetics of Disengagement” .