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Repeat. look. Repeat. look again. watch closely. Repeat. Repeat again.

“As a child I would sit and watch the washing machine spin for hours, and then even the static on TV. Years later I read George Perec asking how we must look in order to see properly, in order to penetrate the world; and that the most extraordinary things are concealed by what is visible, hidden in the obvious. Complexity that lies within simplicity.”
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