anon anym engages ontology, phenomenology, cybernetics, womanifestation, meditation, object-making, music/sound environments, and narrative, in service of a world that works for everyone. "a world that works for everyone," to quote a friend, "and it might not happen before we die." the premise: even in our world, our messy fucked-up paradoxical world, it is possible to encounter the self and others newly, fully, and authentically in the moment. it is possible to navigate the slimy underbelly of our humanity and to unfetter the glorious possibility of our being. we can include both slime and glory as inherent to our design as human beings--no judgment. and perhaps this navigation is the whole blessed point.