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CN/029 — Feb 06 2018

The language of flowers, an ancient tragedy, a hall of mirrors

Engaging layouts and far reaching preoccupations make Antonio Contador’s site a real winner: monuments to chickens, kabbalistic orders, amulets, wayfaring monologues, the language of flowers, ancient tragedy, a trio of manicurists, a hall of mirrors — ya know basix. 🏆🎭 🐔

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Ambiguity in fiction is a worthy preoccupation as there is little in human existence that isn’t touched by uncertainty. If interested, we recommend the below two as gorgeous explorations of the subject.

The Turn of Screw
Henry James

“No; it was a big, ugly, antique, but convenient house, embodying a few features of a building still older, half replaced and half utilized, in which I had the fancy of our being almost as lost as a handful of passengers in a great drifting ship.”

Alain Robbe-Grillet

“The lizard on the handrail is now in shadow; its colors have turned dark. The shadow cast by the roof coincides exactly with the outlines of the veranda: the sun is at its zenith.”