Rats on a sinking ship made of rats crewed by rats.
It’s a little funny to be starting this “week in review” series up again at the end of the year like this. But, start as you mean to continue, right? Also, the depressive haze of “nowhere to go, no one to see, nothing to do” of quarantine and the slow apocalypse has decided to lift … Continue reading Week in Review: 22-29 December 2021
I used to wake up in a blind panic in the middle of the night, nerves alight with the horror not of dying but of watching the rest of the world die, and be swept away by forces too strong and too organic, too natural, to ever withstand. When I was 13, they showed the … Continue reading Dreaming of all the endings
I have struggled recently to take in and understand what is happening in the United States right now. Not because it seems out of line or out of nowhere, but because I'm on the other side of the Atlantic Ocean when my country is tearing itself apart in the quest for change and for justice … Continue reading “Do the Right Thing” **
Athens is a funny place, architecturally speaking. In the U.S., the boom in funding of development projects, particularly in the area of public works, in the 1960s and 1970s in such places as Massachusetts, led to the blooming of Brutalist Modernism in government buildings and educational facilities (see: the University of Massachusetts, especially UMass Amherst … Continue reading A Geometry of Chaos