Koshka Duff - an inquiry into how to live when the future is foreclosedVeer2 Publication 010 [ISBN: 978-1-911567-29-5] A5 size. 24 pages.
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"Steal the fire truck and ram it through the nearest logic gate, splitting if from then, making not never have been. After that walk the most circuitous route back to where you are, it will be the quickest way. Here you realise that the certainty of a conditional is nothing else than the threat of its removal, the security of its truth grounded in law, minutely detailed persons and the things that move between them. If-not becomes ‘what if’? In the blazing fire of every conditional and every contract which governs it, the conditions in which we live no longer subject to any terms. If, and only if, you too have ‘a single craving to destroy or escape from / the existing’, then this set of detournements and (non)returns, the planar explosion between text and image will multiply your cravings."
- Laurel Uziell
This is part of a series of works organised by Robert Kiely for Veer2, produced and published jointly in the University of Surrey and the CPRC, Birkbeck College.
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