6 june 2005 beyond fabrication, or craftwork
...but in the 20th century the sleepers awoke to enter the unsleeping world of the 24hr day and other unending artificialities... and they never returned.
but now, seeing the bed, empty and unmade, and modernism seeming to have disappeared, the 24 hr day begins - no longer of prefabricated form, it is unpredictable action by half-liberated people who are letting go of productive work as they enter and reshape the time and space of their once natural, and then pre-fabricated, environment...
(as these words appear on the screen the writer observes that something unexpected is happening... not a thought he'd prepared but the emergence of something not bounded by the limits or the rules of mechanical processes or bureaucratic organisation or any other prescription... )
what is this writing, he asks of the many, for the words that arrive seem more collective than singular and no one knows what they signal...
and goodbye morning say those now awake to continuous day...
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