Rafal Kosakowski created a key visual for Amendment, an immersive choreographic situation for 20–200 citizens, with or without social distancing parameters in place. In times of irreversible damage to our environment, Amendment offers a container to reform our relationship to “the other.” The work provides cultural citizens (workers, teachers, immigrants, poets, etc.) rare, lived experiences in movement, and manages to temporarily transcend the human/non-human divide into a relationship of reciprocal belonging. Amendment has been developed through interdisciplinary dialogue and collaborations at the Laboratory for Social Choreography, home at the Kenan Insitute for Ethics at Duke University.