Worshipping Lali

The world, a dance in quackery

Every encounter is a reiteration of the world. Relationships do not happen against the backdrop of an already stabilized spacetime construct, or in fixed containers or backgrounds. To meet the ‘otherings’ ‘around’ us (and we cannot not meet ‘them’, for we are the very workings of an unceasing flow of life) is to rework time, it is to destabilize distance, to reimagine everything. Every dialogic encounter, every communicative moment, every performative ritual, every gesture is a glitch – a quantum leap, an experiment with world-shattering consequences. We are not in the world, we are the world in its ongoing quackery.

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