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I make active observations of water and other ‘fluid’ phenomena, making interactions with them as unfolding entities — as I consider them verbs, not nouns. Not still-life, but un-still life.  Through poetic fieldwork I develop, for example, a water mindset and enter into a kind of material dialogue using an emergent language; a language more than human. 
Susie David



'Matter itself is always already open to, or rather entangled with, the "Other." The intra-actively emergent "parts" of phenomena are co-constituted. Not only subjects but also objects are permeated through and through with their entangled kin; the other is not just in one's skin, but in one's bones, in one's belly, in one's heart, in one's nucleus, in one's past and future.'

Barad, K. Meeting the Universe Halfway: Quantum Physics and the Entanglement of Matter and Meaning.




Matter feels, converses, suffers, desires, yearns and remembers”
Barad, K. text





'Material elements reflect our souls.
 Gaudin, C. quotes Bachelard ( xxxvii intro. 1998)


 “There is a voice that doesn’t use words. Listen.” 
Rumi