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Thinking outside the box

I recently happened upon a Trevor Noah video showing all the “crazy” solutions being proposed for climate change. From dimming the sun to creating elite floating islands, the race is on for the next “outside-the-box” solution. What often slips away in our quests to out-think the problems in our environments is that thinking itself is …Continue Reading >>>

The Imagocene

Somehow this news piece just sailed by or – to put it less facetiously – got strangled until every molecule of oxygen in its varicose veins was eased into nothingness. The heightened absurdity of these moments is mind-boggling – which confirms my suspicions: that if an actual craft of extraterrestrial origins were to descend through …Continue Reading >>>

Losing shape is queering identity

Slowing down is not a matter of reducing velocity, but changing shape by touching the unwieldy ponderousness and excessiveness of our bodies. This is the trickster’s revolution modernity cannot compute – a ‘revolution’ deeper than arriving at justice. If the modern affect is to index bodies in easily categorizable shapes of identity, if this is …Continue Reading >>>

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