Gathering data from life experience in seven countries over three continents is a resource for Navarro. The core of her work questions how boundaries between nature and culture operate over time. Continuously seeking the gestures, sounds, symbols and forms that embody modern boundary practices, Navarro often uses her own story as a platform for collaborative work.
Her recent enquiries into various codes of communication, both human and non-human, investigate how they can alienate or define the environments we inhabit. She is interested not just in the word as such, but in the way phonemes, for example, vibrate and resonate and influence matter.
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