those things that own you
erica lewis <text>
mark stephen finein <images>












lrl3 home



the friction source and then away again

there are two things going on here and there is a device to help you make the connection the leap from where you are right now from the right side to the left for example a connecting door
we always speak into a void where we never know if anyone is listening 


the naming helps to write into the landscape itself to dampen vibrations between interior panels and also to stop the ingress of dirt into some small ball or cup or joint of eccentricity
it requires so much proximity that it almost defeats the purpose


and how they belong together
the lines concerning time or occurrence

but this was once about birds
of dirt clods forming and implosions
energy used to power the fracture


to represent converging paths every line means something


what you forget is up to you