Evan Schnair

Inhabitable Spaces / Occupational Habitats
Course Descriptions from the University


This course asks you to calculate wind watch leaves outside sitting
in a room what do you discover about the open door? Congregate
in a huddle, do you expect more sound? Learn to develop breathing
skills. You will be tested on veins in each type of leaf and the
number of languages within chlorophyll and hold dry material
when your moisture content is high, you will bag leaves. Do not
stomp on others. Learning outcomes are dependent on research you
conduct. This course is a conductor for reinventing wind.


Read conditions aloud, discard anything plastic find silences find noise
and anything causal. Locate the sound of. Collect intuitive parts from
beneath you, even-so-small and chloroplast something with roots. Break
out of a shell, rip through a seed, tear the tundra wipe mineral acid gesture
your cells, rescue melting and let it melt another sigh. So this is surface
tension or underground seepage underbrush that stays vert. Wall of a
degenerating house generates migration. Notice the cycle of evaporation
while moving all your parts. This course is a start to walking.


Create an observatory for the practice
of description. Underneath

your feet are organisms,
                                                 plant steady.

Tundra, flukes, latticed outlooks

describe your way

across nature. Osprey viewing

point. Mouth

of a river. Flipper

at the door step, barnacle

observing you.

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