Educate. Clarify. Propagate.

Mimesis has been traditionally understood to be a form of imitation or representation that defines a quality of realism in the language of art and literature. But one may also interpret mimesis as a form of reception.

Reception does not only describe the passive acceptance of something. It is the first step in a two-pronged process of mimetic synthesis. Mimetic synthesis represents the process of becoming aware of an external stimulus or intervention, and then performing an appropriate response to it. Our pedagogy and therapy programs are linked to this interpretation of reception

Our vision of working with modes of teaching and learning is not just to transfer and convey knowledge systems that we already work with, but also to turn them into provocations for the emergence of new knowledge. Learning is an active process, a mechanism that orients towards the future. We must learn to know what we do not know – only then we can respond to the events of the future and make sense of the present.