Kate Merywyn Hawkes

Collapsing Time and Space

Space falls around you. It creates vacuums and folds and will open suddenly to reveal a memory. Space can hide something from us until the last minute. It is surprising, a magic trick we are not expecting. A man levitating in the street for example. A renovated space changes on the outside but does not remove all memories of the old space…

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