KoRo in Dalston

KoRo' (or 'Personal Filter') is the metaphor we use to explain how each individual perceives things differently. Our heads work like a complicated camera, the filter serving as a lens, absorbing all external stimuli and adapting elements from the exterior, fusing them with preexisting  'KoSo' (or personal elements) to create new ones. 


The KoSo we began with gradually evolve  into many complicated 'KoIto' (or personal threads) of influences which construct the foundations on which we store and process absorbed information. After these external influences pass through KoRo, they are stored.


The system of storage works like an intricate factory that runs on the fuel of sensory stimuli, creating ideas and thoughts, some of which are exported immediately and others which stay latent for many years  before they are expressed.