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Moving through utopian space

Yesterday, I came across this post, “What relativism means to me,” by Christopher Powell. It brought to my mind what I have been thinking of as utopian space: the elusive and unfixed space between the perceived and the perceiver. (I … Continue reading

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Daughter In Law

Today I am starting a new writing project. I do not know what it is yet, but I have known for three years that it is something, and today I am starting in order to find out. When my father-in-law … Continue reading

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The post-architect and an approach to encountering utopian space

I came across this post about geopolitical space and architectural theory, and its ideas are shedding some light for me on the relationship produced by encountering landscape. Yes, of course I am thinking about Capi and her mix of will and … Continue reading

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anarchy

what does it mean to have an absence of government, and total freedom of the individual? do you know what you would do if this were available? do you know if you would recognise it? do you know that it … Continue reading

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