Some thoughts on fandom, experimental culture, the artistic relevance of Twin Peaks (1990-1991), and how these relate to the new Twin Peaks (2017). Quick background, I swear it’s relevant: I’m in my 20s. Twin Peaks had long since ended by the time I was born. I didn’t see the original series until 2012, having seen […]
Most people reading this will know a variation on that game called something like ‘the floor is lava’. You know, you have to escape the living room only touching furniture. It’s fun, encourages resourcefulness and ingenuity, and has a healthy amount of self-imposed challenge to it that is good for young minds. When you’re a […]
Dayruiner – impromptu eye contact with strangers. In an attosecond, a relationship is forged. This is now someone you have technically met, no backsies. An impression is irreversibly made on both sides, and conclusions drawn just as immediately – ‘he seems nervous’, ‘why does she look so angry’, ‘what’s wrong with their face’, etc. This […]
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