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Monthly Archives: September 2014


When you happen upon a flower, especially one whose otherworldly beauty and feminine fragility contrast sharply with its less endearing environment, you immediately treat it as this localized ‘thing’, as an object – one deserving of admiration – but an ‘object’ nonetheless: removed, unique, separate, and even audacious. What our linguistic conveniences blind us to …Continue Reading >>>

Falling might very well be flying – without the tyranny of coordinates.