# 0037

Wall as Ecosystem

Living Thing, Assemblage of Things, Common, Found, Ceramics, Glasses, Decades

Socio-cultural Data

Present Impact

Granite walls are an ubiquitous element in the North of Portugal.

Other Fascinating Facts

If one pays enough attention to a banal wall, one can easily find a place of more-than-human exuberance.

Technical Data

Class of Material

Ceramics, Glasses

Bio-temporal-geographical Data

Residence time (How long does the matter/material/artefact stay in an unaltered state in the location/context/system before it decay?)


How does the item affect the environment in which it exists?

I don't Know

Ontological-cosmological Data

Arts of noticing

What can humans give back to this artefact/material/living thing/matter?

Paying attention to such existing modes of co-existence may offer clues to the 'modest possibilities of partial recuperation and getting on together'.