Category Archives: Field Trip

The Osmotic Ocean

  osmosis: A gradual, often unconscious process of assimilation or absorption; the spontaneous passage or diffusion of water or other solvents through a semipermeable membrane. ≈ The walker on the city street stops to gaze at the ocean. Tracing a … Continue reading

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an invitation?

an invitation? to gather time to (re)open the box?   ≈≈ Now Playing: Kajsa Lindgren – ‘forest’ from WOMB

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Back to the Forest of Spectral Trees

  they came to stand and listen a hushed communion old gods. new gods.     uncanny colours, shapes and forms the strange, disorienting world of the wild wood     listening station (listen in) ≈≈≈ Now playing: Harmonia & Eno … Continue reading

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Locality Atlas

  thaw of the frozen lands     heat of volcanic flux     air of the salt lake   ≈≈≈ Now Playing: Kassel Jaeger – Deltas  

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shattered bottle / Zen Garden

  shattered bottle / Zen garden   ≈≈≈ Now playing: John Cage – Ryoanji

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How it Begins

how it begins (or ends) ≈≈≈ Now playing: Morton Feldman – For Samuel Beckett

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The Fifty-Fourth Station of the Tōkaidō (in Kirkcaldy)

Perhaps there was a fifty-fourth station of the Tōkaidō. What if Hiroshige transcended time and geography, sailed into Kirkcaldy harbour and placed a stone block in the outer walls of the library. A nod to an alternative Eastern Sea Road. … Continue reading

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