Is a text written in collaboration with Philosopher Michael Marder who is focussed on plants as beings with their own subjectivity. Do you want to be a plant?
Are a series of drawings inspired by writings of Ingo Niermann, these drawings were animated by Esther Hunziker. Wet god was a part of, Countryside: The Future, Solomon R Guggenheim Museum, 2020. These drawings are also appart of the book: SEA OF LOVE by Ingo Nierman, Stenberg Press 2020
Octo-Durga is a three-chapter animation that simultaneously imagines a primordial past and an alternative future. Taking the form of a sacred text on ethics, polity, and love, that could also be a proposal for a science-fiction universe, it questions the obsolete dualities of humanity and nature, of earth and mind, of technology and culture, to acknowledge the vast changes and disruptions that are taking place in the planet’s oceans. A cephalopod dancer character emerges from the depths of the oceans on one of Jupiter’s moons, Europa. Summoning a multimedia manifestation of an indigenous ancient-Indian goddess—one of the initiators of a parallel primary multiverse—Octo-Durga is “journey of unearthing multi-dimensional oceanic sensory and para-sensory conversations,” in the words of the artist. The octopus–goddess “speaks on behalf of the eternal oceanic bridges between worlds, hears, and brings humble almost edible visual–poetic–sonic gifts for her lovers.” Created together with Indian artists BaRiya (Riya Raagini and Pratyush Pushkar) Navarro’s animation invites us to dive into a state of mind that connects with an underwater world where tentacular and meditative visions speculate about new forms of living based on solidarity and communality. commissioned by St_age TBA21
The Cosmic Clown
I met The Cosmic Clown in the streets of New Delhi in 2018. This cosmic deity lives in Andromeda, 1.4 light years away from earth. The Cosmic Clown was invited to give a holographic talk at DiTella University, titled "Whats the difference between and apple and the work of Eduardo Navarro?". The talk was a part of: Inminencias. Arte frente a la crisis Ecologica y a la duplicacion del mundo. Segundas Jornadas de arte & estetica. Directora, Gacriela Esperanza