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Art aberrations


A view upon life:

“Hyperobjects stretch our ideas of time and space, since they far outlast most human time scales, or they’re massively distributed in terrestrial space and so are unavailable to immediate experience.

Let’s consider the fact that hyperobjects disturb our habitual ideas of time and space by stretching them and by distributing effects across them. The trouble with global warming is not just that it’s real—the trouble with it is that it deals a deathblow to “common sense.”

Repeat after me: climate is not weather.

You can’t see climate, but it’s more real than wet stuff under your boots.” T.Morton


Art aberrations


Anthropological curiosity.The hill has a noteworthy history: created from the post-WWII debris of desolated Berlin, it is higher than the highest natural hill (the Kreuzberg) in the Berlin area, believed to be created from the rubble of some 400,000 buildings. Buried deep within the hill a building still stands, once a Nazi military-technical college, it proved easier to bury the robust structure than to blow it up.