throughout their lives, humans wander through different condensed spaces.

almost without noticing, like a fish in the sea drawing closer to the surface or moving away from it, without feeling the rising or falling water pressure. on its way, the temperature changes along with the density; after all, it is one of its inherent functions. in contrast to fish, humans have tools that allow them to make the space surrounding them warmer or colder, looser or tighter. they can cover their sensitive body in it, blow it up and away, thin it out until it starts to fray and reminds us of the consistency of time …

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johann skocek