Structure in writing and life
Yet another writing update.
I recently attended a public lecture at Melbourne University's Object-Based Learning Centre. This moodily lit, formal space is a world-class museum-lab-classroom where students and guests can go look at and handle (with care) physical bits and pieces. Most visitors are students enrolled in museum studies, history and archaeology, but any student can go look and … Continue reading Objective wonder
I don't think I believe in linear time. Lines are just points joined together; they don't have heft or taste. They exist to measure who's winning, but have no extent. They're abstract. You can't sense linear time internally the same way other time is detected. I have moments when I am chock full of vital … Continue reading A matter of time
The clock strikes off the hollow half-hours of all the life that is left to you, one by one. - Emily Bronte I love this time of year; especially the long afternoons of mellow golden light, well at least on those days when it isn't raining or threatening to. While the sun is shining it's … Continue reading All the life left