A SPONTANEOUS COLLECTIVE MANUFACTURING EXPERIENCE
Méandres is an experiment mixing an orchestra of improvisers, scientists and researchers. Through these encounters, the aim is to question our respective practices and to question how they can be nourished and manufacture thought or have thought in action. It is through the interactivity between practices that we will obtain stimulation, paradox and network. Any proposal will be able to connect to another one, since it will be active in all the protagonists who will enrich each other through their reciprocal contact. The challenge of this experience would be not to think in opposition, but to oppose points of view in order to build new ones.
"Spontaneity is the mode of being of individual creativity. It is its first spurt, still immaculate; neither corrupted at the source nor threatened with recovery. If creativity is the best shared thing in the world, spontaneity, on the contrary, seems to be a privilege. Only those who have been charged with the consciousness of their own value as individuals by a long resistance to power hold it: the greatest number of men in revolutionary moments, and more than one might think, in a time when revolution is being built every day. Wherever the glimmer of creativity remains, spontaneity keeps its chances." […] "
Being real exempts me from being necessary."
Raoul Vaneigem, Traité de savoir-vivre à l'usage des jeunes générations, 1967, Editions Gallimard