on Building a Home in the Sky: Converting Groundlessness to Spaciousness.

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“Hey, Sally?”

“Ya, Phil?”

“It’s really nice out, isn’t it?”

“It really is. I love our Wednesday Daytime Duck Dates.”

“Me too. I could just glide around with you like this everyday.”

Their little orange flippers turn them around so they are facing each other, swimming in parallel, and following one another.

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“It’s so quiet here, isn’t it?”

“Sure is, Phil. Remember when there used to be all kinds of creatures splashing around in this here lake?”

“Yep, sure do. And in the winters all the families would bring their kids ice skating. This lake is so big. Stretches far out past those trees. We should go over there sometime.”

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the event of a thread — Day 4

today marked my first Saturday shift at the event of a thread. welcome to wild weekends at the Armory!

up until this point, i have been so appreciative of the way that people have interacted with this exhibit. i was stunned by the environment that Ann had created. somehow, through her care, meticulousness, and attention to detail, i felt that she had succeeded in creating a space where there were very little rules enforced and yet the audience was so respectful of it. even when the audience was high energy, no one was climbing all over the exhibit, poking at the pigeons, or particularly active in our personal areas. at least, i hadn’t experienced this, until today.

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