Routines generate the landscape of my life; their consistency stabilizes and anchors my world. Their invisible tracks offer guidance, keeping me from swerving into danger beyond their rails. Often they operate overlooked, forgotten, and condemned to the background. They go unnoticed and quickly my daily experiences turn stagnant, flat, and mundane.
The Ecology of Disruption investigates daily routine and plays with the experience of disruption as an instrument to both unsettle and enhance the everyday landscapes of our lives.