A lot of what I do artistically and philosophically is inspired by the work of David Bohm.
My life philosophy of contexting/active context is the most clear example of this, both in content and the choosing of the name.
The notion of inscendence came up to explicate how to bring closer a lived reality of contexting, and is closely tied to the notion of generative imagination, which in turn is linked to generative order (Bohm & Peat).
The explicit notion of phorography as a countermovement to lens-based art is both a wordplay and derived from Basil Hiley’s use of “phoronometry” in the context of quantum physics.
In order not to get lost in imagination and the mental realm in general I consider embodiment to be of the utmost importance to stay grounded and balanced. I have some experience in several types of body work, but kiko/qi gong I am most familiar with up till now.