All around us, there are currents. Power lines encircle the globe. Great fungal networks stretch out in the soil beneath our feet, while neural networks make up our minds. The ancient currents of the ocean make life possible. The world is an ongoing web, where each part depends on all others. Currents of time overlap each other, and in these material layers we find tangible traces of the past. As our place in time becomes multi-layered, we enter a space of fluidity: we are collocated within the current.
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Sprue Systems: Static Flow of Info-nutrients, 2019