Negative definitions are problematic, because they reify binaries; things should be defined by what they are, rather than by what they are not. Nevertheless, it’s pretty clear that I am not one of those people who divides their to-do list into projects and action items. Actually, I don’t have a to-do list. [...]
Category > post-modernism
A friend of mine thinks she doesn’t photograph well because every expression she has is transitional.
In a sense, that’s true of everyone. When conscious, we are all constantly in motion, in transition.
Our brains do not filter information statically. It’s impossible to perceive how individual pieces comprise the whole of anything. We only [...]