2015 | 8 | Deep Cuts, Wake Up
Ecology: to be at home in a world.
Queerness: the strangeness of being torn asunder; what it means to be at home in this broken world.
Urban: second, third, or n-th nature, an abject sediment of ever settling dust blown on the hot wind of history.
This city or that, all these sicksweet theaters of friction where we are tugged and shoved into forgetting that we make it as much as it makes us.
Thrown, torn, displaced;
landed, permitted, professionalized;
sucked, spat, and swallowed.
Queer urban ecology speaks of these movements and of the rest.
The rest I find in incessancy.