Living Ashes
ashes to ashes, dust to dust
3 posts by Charli

“… you have ‘to follow the actors themselves’, that is try to catch up with their often wild innovations in order to learn from them what the collective existence has become in their hands, which methods they have elaborated to

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What do bees and birch trees have in common. Perhaps on the surface they seem quite separate, especially when you consider that birch trees are wind pollinated, and are therefore, not often visited by bees unless there is no other pollen

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I am interested in the message as to when does something become ‘something’, however I feel that by using the words ‘life’ and ‘death’ we are narrowing the scope and dividing life up in concrete terms of what is living

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