It doesn’t need to be straightforward

J: So let's start to make sense of what's going on. C: You've made a map of our fieldtrips and conversations. Here it is - I took a photo. C: And now we've added pleasure to the map which has to be a good thing and another good thing is that Ralph is again settled … Continue reading It doesn’t need to be straightforward

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Lost for words: a conversation between three me’s

In the tanks;         concrete makes me lost         for words. I feel and taste its texture and looking and seeing is feeling. Moving around pillars and odd-ness / leaning and unstraight and what we're not meant to think is normal performs incongruence between form and function. Shadows dance; … Continue reading Lost for words: a conversation between three me’s