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from Another Language series by Mårten Lange (credit: martenlange.com)

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“You are alive right this second. That is an amazing thing,” they told me. When you consider the nearly infinite number of forks in the road that lead to any single person being born, they said, you must be grateful … Continue reading

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An object exists partly because it physically is, it can be proved to have an independent existence in the world. by William Tucker, on sculpture

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See how the periodic sentence uses parallel phrases to withhold its essential element; marked by suspended syntax, it places its final revelation right before the concluding period. Like the sentence, the people move forward, want resolution, seek conclusions, note parallels, … Continue reading

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One of my first visions when I woke up from my operation was that I didn’t have to be an artist to justify my existence, that I had a right to live without being one. Eva Hesse in interview with … Continue reading

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A poem only becomes poetry when its structure is made not of words but forces. The force is poetry. Everyone knows what poetry is, but who can say it? Its nature is to be felt, but never apprehended. from El Quasar performance, … Continue reading

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Consider: At one point, very briefly, you were the youngest person on the planet.

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By ‘integrate’ we mean: to arc into a space without surface as if it were an inhabitable, flickering event. from Occasional Work and Seven Walks from the Office for Soft Architecture by Lisa Robertson views on architecture and life.

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“Sun In My Mouth” by Björk, e.e. cummings in song (hear the entire Vespertine album here. a calming catharsis for the senses.)

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Conclusion:

Hi everyone! Thank you so much if you’ve ever read my blog or come across it, and especially to any followers–I really appreciate the support! Somehow it has already been 35 days, so these posts conclude the To Bind Ourselves … Continue reading

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