'It takes practice to experience time differently, but I found that for me, death got a different meaning in this concept of time than in a linear concept of time'
'And so you awake from your escape to find your life was already an escape to the world of your heart’s desire...'
'Until it burns out with the sun, my vocation is to love Earth, not escape it, to practice caring for it and the other people and places that are here.'
'unlike the nuclear threat, the apocalypse doesn’t come through an encounter with an enemy, it is a product of modernisation itself, it is a product of the repetition of consumption. The climate apocalypse is an accumulation of our past, a product...
'To contemplate its contradictions and uneasy legacy. To connect with the others that are drawn into its space.'
'On mentioning my research, the church building I am frequently asked about is Holy Family. Architects, engineers, clergy, parishioners, academics ask about its design influences...'
'where were the female, non-Anglo, working class displaced & migrant family, public school educated photographers with chronic illness and trauma??'
'Our response to a building like this, our deep affection for some places and loathing of others: what does that say about us and our community? How can we tell if our reaction is something to treasure and protect or to carefully unravel?'
“The idea of quietly staring at a rock, piles of sand, or blinking stars for hours, if not weeks, seems, weirdly, profoundly countercultural today, in a world where people tweet bubbles, livestream the arching of eyebrows and spend holidays...