february 2020
i am in *love* with a hyperobject
and very interested in logistics of romantic interest

i thought about where you ate and how you felt and i need to update

"two decades ago, while researching her doctoral thesis, ecologist Suzanne Simard discovered that trees communicate their needs and send each other nutrients via a network of latticed fungi buried in the soil — in other words, she found, they “talk” to each other."
latticed, what a nice word. laying on top of eachother, crossing,
the trees in the forest exchange information about nutrients they need

the shape of mobility

october, 2019
"Here are forest people, subjects made with and through forest practices. Each of these images suggests ways in which to figure and reconfigure human-planetary relations.

"With over four billion hectares of forest worldwide, these forests and their inhabitants are increasingly captured through monitoring and sensing media that seemingly provide a more planetary understanding of forests as systems."

"Technology—especially computational technology—is analyzed as something on the “scale” of the planetary."
overrunning and commanding the planetary, cause its so massive, described as dominating, behemoth, complete captive, hyperobject, the cloud

from Sleep Walks the Street, pt 1
“any sequence of ritual action acquires its reverberative, amplificatory, and rippling effect on ordinary life by building on a series of links between things that resemble one another and things that are actually connected (as parts, components, or extensions) to one another.”

Mi You speaking at at Primer, 23 October.
on speculations and considerations relating to technology, in china and the world.