Opens April 2017



The universe, our perception ~~~~~~~~  floats  ~~~~~~~~ As a cipher text it's endlessly the mechanism to decrypt and it, ‘Unfolds on the interiority of minds’1, rooted and routed to touching an other. Some thing. Some elsewhere. Some continental drift~~~

To see it plain after substitution and permutation is to deny mystery through brute-force attack_ endlessly ------ ’til its laid bare ⌭ Thought is the outline of such form○  A form bound not by zero2 but by one, eluded to by an intimate - yet unbound - time.  ‘It is always the same shape.’3


To be in the margin is to be part of the whole but outside the main body.4


>>CIPHER is a key to thought_ laced and bound~ to existent verges, a horizon of inclusive binaries.  Thought>> semifluid rock  >> loneliness, squished in rooms.  Cells of shadows mirroring minds./ >< prisons to escape.

 >>> the keys are figures /  ︴﹏﹋﹌  'In a holographic universe, even time and space could be no longer viewed as fundamentals.  Because concepts such as location break down in a universe in which nothing is truly separate from anything else.’5

Formation ⋗≈ Destruction 〉〉

narrowing division holds together >< ‘They oscillate in unison as though they are suddenly coordinated.'6  Without fusion or exhaustion of another ~ akin to McLuhan’s Acoustic Space ~ one whose center is simultaneously everywhere and whose margin is nowhere_

Too hot to cool_ and exceeding original tolerance_

they break down ╴⌬ ╵ ╶ ╷

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‘Writing, power, and technology are old partners in Western stories of the origin of civilization, but miniaturization has changed our experience... has turned out to be about power... and these machines are eminently portable, mobile... People are nowhere near so fluid, being both material and opaque.’7

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1 Graham Harman | 2007 | On Vicarious Causation

2  'In a word, we are now fully in collapse, and it is very unlikely to be avoided...  The principle ideology is laissez-faire neoliberal economics that treats the environment as external to market forces and gives it a value of zero in its accountings books...' Joe Brewer | 2017

3 Charlotte Perkins Gillman | 1892 | The Yellow Wallpaper

4 bell hooks | 1984 | Feminist Theory: From Margin to Center

5 David Bohm | 1980 | The Holographic Universe

6 Granville Dharmawardena | 1999 | A Quantum Mechanical Model of the Brain and Consciousness

7 Donna Haraway | 1985 | A Cyborg Manifesto: Science, Technology, and Socialist-Feminism in the Late Twentieth Century