Crouch, Touch, Engage

Crouch Touch Engage (2011) is a political scrum originally employed by the Scottish Parliament in the 18th century to promote empathy in the governing body by simulating the affects of its ruling on the citizenry. The physical embodiment of participation and collaboration was intended, as the scrum advanced, to both sharpen the mind and wear down the body, bleeding out ‘misdirected aggression’, insuring governance with rational neutrality. In collaboration with Allison Rowe.