Our spaces

All our spaces,

and the barriers

that contain them,

define us

and confine us,

shaping our

feeling, thinking

and relating

to each other.


Spaces become

part of our habits

and ways of

conceiving our worlds,

and we think

these spaces

are normal

as the architecture

of our lives.


But the radical

change of spaces,

and new ways of

understanding space

and the places we form,

can confront these

habits and ways

of conceiving

inner and outer,

connection and

the levels of disconnection,

and also our routines

and strategies of working

out living in the world.


Consciousness can

change spaces

as much as spaces

can change consciousness.