Based on Dark Ecology by Timothy Morton, this calendar intertwines past, present and the future. It is a visual research on the Norse mythology and Anthropocene theories.
“Weird: a turn or twist or loop, a turn of events. The milk turned sour. She had a funny turn. That weather was a strange turn-up for the book. Yet weird can also mean strange of appearance. That storm cloud looks so weird. She’s acting weird.The milk smells weird. Global weirding. [...} Knowing in a loop — a weird knowing. Weird from the Old Norse urth, meaning twisted, in a loop. The Norns entwine the web of fate with itself; Urðr is one of the Norns. In this sense weird is connected with worth, not the noun but the verb, which has to dowith happening or becoming.”
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All the letters I sent