A growing collection of ideas
we encounter on the way
INTERVIEWS - Questions to different experts on care
Not everyone is going to run away with your vulnerability.
The office is a method we developed to engage in conversation with a wide range of people. By placing our office with a cozy living room in the street, staying there every day for several hours, people get curious and come to sit with us.
We take interships in different work fields to learn about care through the lens of people working in these different professions.
Do we do it (in practice)
We work with
Who we are
Moha's name comes from Hungarian language in which it means moss. Our collective chose this name to reflect the desire to embody a moss like quality which grows and expands even in the most unexpected conditions. Moss is also not something one pays much attention to, it is under one's feet, not in the spotlight, it comes as an almost invisible layer, an invisible support.
Project co-produced and funded by FPK, BGLF, Productiehuis Theater Rotterdam, Rotterdams Wijktheater, Het Huis Utrecht, Over het Ij Productie, Veem House for Performance, Explore the North, Tankstation and SoAP.z
When care sucks: concerns and complaints from the many and the few
An artistic project that examines the place of care within our society
The question, then, is not "how can we care more?" but instead to ask what happens to our work when we pay attention to moments where the question of "how to care?" is insistent but not easily answerable.Matters of care
from Maria Puig de la belacasa
Daily field work observations
Our hidden, unspectacular, practical, common and basic routine
A growing collection of actions we encounter on the way
Archiving tales of today and yesterday
We meet people on the way. We sit together. We ask them questions about care. We type their answers with our type machine.
We collected and defined words that keep coming back to us when we work about our work and care.
Letter to care
A letter written to care.
The glimpse of what we are cooking in the back
The chronicles of care
A text inspired by our first stay at the office at Keizerswaard in Rotterdam in September 2020.