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October 12, 2004

Passing Through The City


Consider the provisional state of all our spaces. It is a transience that is intransigent. We are always passing through the same places. As commuters on the major roads, we see the same landscape day after day. What moves you? Is it work? Love? Why are you on the road? We all have our reasons for passing through the same places in a relentless rhythm.

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