CityPeople gather, communicate, organise, scaffolding, structure, systematise, scaffolding. It condenses,
expands, explodes, creates matter; a City emerges with its new time and new space. It repeats, they
become many, they will break through the thick crust of the Earth, vigorously. Sometimes their roots also
come to the surface and stretch upwards; there is little air.
If you wish to move to another city but for some reason you can’t, give it less water.
HouseThe House has someone’s face. Its windows are eyes, its doors are mouths, it has teeth in its eyes and
its mouths are silent. Some faces are strange. Jung examines the House, the upper floor of which was
built in the 19th century, the lower one in the 16th century. A detailed examination of the building elements
shows that it was rebuilt from the 2nd century tower. In the basement he finds the walls of a Roman-era
settlement, and beneath the basement is a filled-in cave with flint tools in the upper layer of the floor and
remains of Ice Age fauna in the deeper layers. He believes that the structure of our soul could be
TeethThe plaque on our ancestors’ teeth is actually fossilised microorganisms that contain well- preserved
genetic material. From the teeth we can learn what food our ancestors chewed and also guess which
stories they chomped on to the point of annoyance. People who have chomped on the same story for a
particularly long time have very strong muscles of mastication, yet poor imagination.
MonumentA monument (a memorial) is created in a settlement to record a specific memory. A
monument is like a memory image that organises the existing space. A monument is
a social con-tribution, a con-sort.
Whoever forgets what the monument was for, has to start from the beginning. Rolling
two sixes will give you a chance to continue.
MapI’m here – the red dot. I’m walking and I leave a trail behind me, deliberately uncontrollable. I find myself
in an unknown place and it makes me uneasy. I want to go back, but I’m brave and continue the journey.
My feet are barely touching the ground and it’s starting to get easier. So easy, so new and fresh ... until
someone taps you on the shoulder, saying: “Be careful not to be blown away.”
AirportThe introduction begins at the entrance. It is important to catch the moment before the dive, when your
lungs are full of northern lights.To store it in your body and mind.
Next, you have to wait ...
... it is the most worldly of all activities.You have to wait until it passes or transforms into a new form.
Sometimes you can find more ideas on the elevator wall than in a conversation with erudite aliens.