No Language Group Experiment
In this group experiment the human object is flattened. In the absence of language humans, space and objects become equally important.
All participants were given a camera. Footage was combined to create a single narrative.
No Language Experiments— A series of individual and group situations that explore:
How much of the human is present without language? Is it possible to bypass the control of language? What can be accessed and conveyed by the individual and the other without language? Can refusing language be an act of resistance?