Tag Archives: space
Your body may have been dislocated, but your self has never been dirempted.
The times are a great plain, with space enough for nomads of the spirit.
Some minds are so tightly packed that ideas haven’t got the room to maneuver.
The U.S. government now places LBGT communities, disabled people, blacks, Amerindians, Asians, and Latinos each in their own time, refusing to recognize the antagonisms which cut across every social space.
The very thought of that possibility marginalizes other spatial metaphors.
These bugs “invade” what’s “mine” only according to conventions they had no part in formulating.
The distance between one key on the piano to the next is “space.” The shape of my hand that produces harmony or dissonance is “placed.”
The times for us are historical; as for spaces, we think more could be public.