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Tuesday, February 15, 2011


Nyree Leclaire

The way it maps out itself is like watching the roots of plants spread out. Even though they sound a bit discorded, if you wait until the trains speed up and increase in number, you get a sensible tune. This is very smart, I wonder how it would sound if you map out the rush hour.

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  • The books one reads in childhood, and perhaps most of all the bad and good bad books, create in one's mind a sort of false map of the world, a series of fabulous countries into which one can retreat at odd moments throughout the rest of life, and which in some cases can survive a visit to the real countries which they are supposed to represent.
    -- George Orwell

    Geography and space are always gendered, always raced, always economical and always sexual. The textures that bind them together are daily re-written through a word, a gaze, a gesture.
    -- Irit Rogoff

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