By Bernard Quetchenbach
Accidental Gravity negotiates the tough area among a naive trust in an everlasting, unassailable wildlife and the both naive trust that human lifestyles occurs in a few unnatural, extra mediated context. The identify refers back to the unintentional yet still significant nexus the place the private meets and combines with the universal—those serendipitous moments while the person lifestyles connects to the bigger rhythms of time and planet.
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Accidental Gravity: Residents, Travelers, and the Landscape of Memory by Bernard Quetchenbach