Man mostly resort to his sense of sight for the exploration of the world.
However, several scientific studies claim that the human specie, especially during childhood, could rely on a much wider sensory heritage.
We could be more similar to other animal species than we usually think!
The workshop focuses on the senses, perceptions and movement peculiarities of several animals. It provides some tools that don’t replicate zoomorphic shapes but, amplifying specific perceptive and motion abilities, allow to draw near the attitudes of other species.
Through a process of identification rather than mere look imitation, children can experience otherness firsthand.