A home is a landscape.
A landscape is a territory.
An atmosphere is a state of things, is a mood.
An environment is a flow.
An environment is a room.
An atmosphere is a space defined by the situations that inhabit it.
A landscape is a space defined by the disposition of its elements.
An environment is a space defined by the relationships it contains.
A landscape is my memory.
An atmosphere is a revolt, and a forest, and my birthday party.
An atmosphere is a howl in the middle of the night.
A performance is a sediment.
A sediment is an accumulation. It's a narrative. It's time collapsing. It's the remains and the signs and the memory of the soil.
A sedimentary structure is the organization of the elements that constitute a sediment seen as a consequence of the processes that have structured it and the elements that compose it. A subjectivity as a sediment.
A narrative is a sediment.
A place is a narrative.
A place is many narratives that come from different times and build many possible worlds.
A narrative is a collection of traces and a promise.
A performer is a sediment. And a force.
It's a body that allows forces to pass through it.
A performer is an embodied process.
A performer is a process that leaves debris, traces that sediment.
A performer is an eroding process.
A performer is a lover.
A performer is a storm and it drives the storms.
A performer is a catalyst.
A performer is a forces manager, an event catalyst.
A performer makes alliances with the visible and the invisible.
It moves and activates and enables the deployment of forces by inhabiting space.
But also embodying images and forces, and recirculating them.
A performer is a rock, and a wall, and the wind that passes by.
A performer is a sediment of memories and oblivions and collective forces.
A performer is a wound. And a traitor.
A performer is a symptom.
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