Indifference – Nov. 30th, 2020

But objects and land doesn’t give off indifference to you. You feel more from them. They dance in front of your eyes, and sing aloud to reach you. They collectively compose the scene and join in your meditation.

Maybe the close fixation on your alienation made you feel closer to objects and land, as another non-human member of the anthropocene.

Thinking about:

Muhheakantuck, or “river that flows two ways” • July 1st • Riverside Park

Muhheakantuck, or “river that flows two ways”. Shared by Mohican and Lenape peoples. One of multiple other names for the river. Muh-he-kun-ne-tuk • present in the foreground is a silhouette of Uliks Gryka’s balanced rock sculptures