A Matter of Scale

  • Posted on 16th March 2016,
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A Matter of Scale

Sometimes I feel dizzy when I watch groups of people on bicycles, at least when they’re getting on the ferry. It never happens when I’m in that position myself. Vertigo exemption. When you’re on a bicycle on a boat you are grappling with three layers of movement, bike, sea, planet.… Read More

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Division

  • Posted on 3rd March 2016,
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Division

A scattered bit of bits. I am an old woman wearing a huge bag on her back, picking up little threads and stuffing them inside for later. I’m an aggregator of my own content. I’m a damaged archive.

– When you divide something in half, it becomes half, and each time it separates again it becomes half and half and half of what it was before.… Read More

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The Degradation Principle

The Degradation Principle

Lately I’ve been struggling with the concept of memory. Or, I guess the lack of it, the blurriness of it, the impreciseness of it. And the guilt that comes bundled up in that. I don’t remember anything clearly, it’s all muddled together in one big mass, with what seems like entire years getting sifted out, or built over, by other years, other moments.… Read More

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Landscapes of the Future, Part 1

Landscapes of the Future, Part 1

Probably the weirdest part about being part of a civilization is that we just keep improving on the way we do everything without ever really evaluating those improvements. Maybe that’s why we’re constantly sort of wondering if prehistoric times were purer and better.… Read More

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