Sonntag, 29. Januar 2012

Episode 35

"Every encounter comes along with effects of materiality", Shorl added to the conversation. Gwendolin and Franz agreed.

Samstag, 28. Januar 2012

Episode 34

"But consider friendship, it's a form of production", Gwendolin continued. - "What do you mean?" - "It constructs worlds, histories, geographies, climates, and deserts." - "Yes, friendship, it assembles and congregates, it transgresses the gaps."

Donnerstag, 8. September 2011

Episode 33

"I'm cold." said Franz trembling. And Gwendolin advised him: "I studied biology of anxiety at Duke. So I know that to be freezing doesn't necessarily mean that it's winter. If you are not a serendipity machine the concept of freedom can also be a form of coldness. Beware of non-committal alliances and take one tablet of mercury every day."

Donnerstag, 1. September 2011

Episode 32

"Funny how everything is breaking down while we are moving within the fragmented machinery."
"But why does every move we make need to be traced in networks? We'd rather not... we would rather refuse to be deducible from our traces, tend to become invisible... leaving an undetermined realm for coincidences, leaps, and fractures."

Samstag, 7. Mai 2011

Episode 31

"It dances, it lightens, it thinks. It can produce traces and invert the disremembrance. It's a movement within a movement" said Franz. "Please, make us enter a BitTorrent routine - with collapses of rationality in between!" Multiple voices of unclear origin arose all around him.

Freitag, 22. April 2011

Episode 30

"I'm crawling on gaping grounds, nestling to the margins."
"Realize that the vacancies can be used as a desire machinery producing bizarre realizations and crazy concepts. But the vacancies need to be multiplied. You have to propel them incessantly." Shorl and his economic wisdom were suddenly back.

"Yes, you are right. I can skip and hop and dance. Moving within the fragmented machinery."

Sonntag, 17. April 2011

Episode 29

"Non-conducting, I can only see my shift. I know nothing but the vacancies generated by this shift. The aggregate is an economy of vacancies. Crawling on shattered and gaping grounds."