poetics inquiry: intentions

But this cannot be shared in words. It must be lived.
—Albert Camus, “The Minotaur, or Stopping in Oran”

This might be both a material analysis and a practice of wish fulfillment theory.

∴ If this, then that. There is a logic to my imbued lack. It was shaped early on by a staccato rhythm: years full of neglect and a melancholy of geography. Flat and broke—imagination became my vice.

This way of being—a kind of living—carved cravings with well-defined edges. It was how I learned corporeality was a tangible desire.

Self-portrait, October morning TV glare light

I want to feel rapture as translation of the ordinary.

Self-portrait (nude), August afternoon TV glare light
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