If written in italics
Do we get closer to speech
Changes in emphasis
Taking in but also giving back
On my way biking home I ask Siri to take the following notes:
All forms give in
A container ready to hold the void
I think about dropping my set of keys into a glass of water
Clumps of rise collected on a shovel
The magic of burning
Come bang the barrel someone shouts when I pass them in the dark
I have come to understand that I cannot take things lightly
Burdened pressure points
Keyboard’s worn out a
I FALL IF ALL FALL IF ALL FALL I FALL
Some of the screen captured:
I don’t want to say how things lie. I want to show you how the matter stands.
The latin root of the word amateur is, after all, the word lover
Vacuum cleaner of the temple sounded ceremonial and absolute
Then here, now
I use brackets with a space between them to reference the brain
Would you agree?
No seam in chaos
We are so honoured to live with chance
The text, co-written by Kuorinki and Vainio, contains excerpts from the following sources: Moyra Davey, Hemlock Forest; Brooke Jarvis, The Insect Apocalypse Is Here; Lisa Robertson, Occasional Work and Seven Walks from the Office for Soft Architecture, together with miscellaneous notes of forgotten origins.
The works in the exhibition have resulted from discussions and shared materials from the past few months.