always wanting what i can’t get. (for now)
Freedom is the number one fashion accessory in middle-class youth. It’s slogan: “Flaunt it, while others die for it!”
It is dark in my favorite dream. Someone is following me. I don’t know why. I’m scared. Then suddenly, I lift off. Far away. How do I feel? As if I’m swimming in the air; free, weightless. Nobody can reach me. Nobody can touch me. It’s a wonderful feeling.
High Houses, Lebbeus Woods I find myself kicked with an awkward laugh every now and then, my neuroticism reaching its peak in the last couple of hours. My mind has become a playground for all things in life that are unlikely to happen, in my case. But here I am wondering, “when does it all end and begin?” Once again. When I sleep, my soul sits in a different universe. I’m...
chaos in exchange for simplicity.
Life’s never been that rough for me, though at times I thought it was. I don’t think I went through anything worse than what a lot of people go through. Mind you, ask me about all of this tomorrow and I’ll tell you it’s bitterly hard and I can’t find direction and the way to my dreams has never become apparent. I’ll tell you I’ve never really connected...
CityCenter, Las Vegas, NV I was fortunate enough to visit this among the majority of the Strip this past winter break. It’s interesting to see how sensualized everything in Vegas has become. It’s a Sims kind of world.
my attention span has significantly dropped these days. another inconvenience to complement my forgetfulness. i can visualize them walking hand-in-hand into oblivion where my blackouts, elevator conversation, and flirtatious gestures all converge for small talk. the irony.
and when the world tunes in, he will come. the...
trust me, i know what i’m doing.
City of Culture of Galicia, Santiago de Compostela, Spain “…one can never know at the same time what is the condition of society, its so-called ‘zeitgeist’, and how architecture should respond to it. One has always had to go outside of architecture. I have had to do so in order to address the question of ‘what should I do?’ and I would argue that philosophy...