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Monthly Archives: May 2016
When you tie a knot on a piece of string and then stretch the string, the knot gets tighter and smaller – losing its bumpiness, its disagreeability. In a way, the ‘human’ is being stretched today. The anthropocentric project, enshrined in our modern distance, is failing. Our old ideas about how separate we are from …Continue Reading >>>
The soil is a monster to a seed. It threatens disintegration, but simultaneously raises the hope of bodily reconfiguration: the promise of radical difference.
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If you are looking for the path that’s most promising, look for the one with the dead end. The unmapped one haunted by swirling ambiguities and moaning ghosts and Sphinxian riddles and yellow slit-eyed peering shadows. A good journey is about dismemberment, not arrival.