The most anti-capitalist protest is to care for another and to care for yourself. To take on the historically feminized and therefore invisible practice of nursing, nurturing, caring. To take seriously each other’s vulnerability and fragility and precarity, and to support it, honor it, empower it. To protect each other, to enact and practice community. A radical kinship, an interdependent sociality, a politics of care.
"There are two ways to get enough: one is to continue to accumulate more and more. The other is to desire less." - G.K. Chesterton
i’m not interested in resilience, but in how to move through this world with reciprocal tenderness, even though this only works with people interested in the same thing.
** Intimacy Gradient
In every building the relationship between the public areas and private areas is most important.
Unless the spaces in a building are arranged in a sequence which corresponds to their degrees of privateness, the visits made by strangers, friends, guests, clients, family, will always be a little awkward.
But curating doesn’t happen only in a gallery. It can happen—you’re curating; you’re doing it right now with your podcast. [...] So there are so many different ways because, after all, curating is being a really trusted guide through a territory that hopefully is of interest to everyone.