April 2, 2024

Kat King, “Living Room”

As the solstice shifts in turn with erratic climate systems, the appeal to venture out into the surrounding world becomes substantially reconsidered. Betwen the waves of intense cold, and the burn of intense heat, there is nowhere better than in the confines of where we find a respective place to call home. The social scenes of cafes, dives, restaurants, pop ups and so forth provide the town square intersection of societies and communities in the public sphere. The presence of others and loved ones brings a comfort and joy of meaningful connectiveness and often we desire to scale down our surroundings to just a cozy few. In retreating to our own particular pods we find ourselves, our loved ones, and connect in ways that can observe our own unique autonomies and sublime interdepencies.

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