How the ‘Before’ Trilogy shaped my relationship with places

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  1. Rob Stone says:

    Really enjoyed reading this – you make some excellent observations and your concept of creating a personal mythology as a way of blowing up the importance of different places is fascinating. Like psychogeography in search of narrative, with each public space a billiard break of potential value. It would be an interesting exercise to set students the task of being in a public place and rapidly improvising stories or mythologies for each person who passed through it – perhaps when the pandemic is over. Thanks, a lovely read.