letters demand things


having obtained identities long ago, they now demand to be typed, spoken, traced, heard, and related to in specific ways. and yet, for all their demands, they only exist as reflections of human handwriting and visual echoes of muscles and air working in concert to give them life as sound waves.

these two pieces examine some of these relationships and how we affect them as we become a part of the process. as in life, the experience of them will be unique each time they are opened, so if you are dissatisfied with a given configuration, feel free to destroy the window and try again.

vowel submission: i refuses, u abstains

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