Between Dying and Death Is a Hum
AM Kanngieser / Melbourne, Australia
The word »doom« is rooted in condemnation. Condemnation is the severance of relations; a suspension between dying and death. The ordering of the body as distinct from the earth untethers us from ourselves, each other, and the environments that hold us. Disability and chronic pain heighten this alienation. But between dying and death is not nothing, there is vibration itself.
AM Kanngieser / Melbourne, Australia — Dez 15, 2020