Connect the dots, solve the riddles, uncover the conspiracies.
By: Hamsini Shivakumar
Somehow, it doesn’t feel right to wear them.
By: Toby Ferris
There is, if we are honest, a chorographical drift in all of us.
By: Chris Arning
Its abrasiveness (or what you might call asperity) is perfectly calibrated.
Objects of significance to consulting semioticians worldwide…
The five of us might suddenly be adrift in a lifeboat, having just cast lots to see who eats whom.
By: Blanca Rego
Soundies: short 1940s-era musical films for coin-operated jukeboxes
In time, the animating principle of the city will be expressed in an evolved monstrosity…
By: Peggy Nelson
The activist aesthetics of atmospherics: introducing Blanca Rego
…it is a system, let us allow, that is closer to love than we generally care to acknowledge.
Under certain conditions — in a garden, in the Ideal City, in a garden of the Ideal City — objects of knowledge achieve weightlessness.
The accidents of life are life, in other words.
By: Marc Weidenbaum
I noticed that “um”s looked like goldfish…
Routines are composed of sub-routines, which are in turn composed of habits.
In which AI has a giggle fit
Or was I—a deeper or possible more pragmatic fear—merely a clause or a term in someone else’s contract?