“It was me and we were three; wishing for more”, fictional piece, SINK Volume II: Texts, 2019
Commissioned by sink.sexy and published in “SINK Volume II”, 2019
The text explores the life of a fictive entrepreneur whose subjective form is increasingly fragmented by continuous transformation. Learning and un-learning from its environment, its subjectivity—like water—flows, seduces, and breaks. A void opens onto another zone in which a new map is drawn, “but remember, the map is not the territory.” The text is part of the Wishing for More-cycle.