On Glass, part three: some demands of influence

Not a physical approximation to the object as in sitting, leaning, or standing on glass nor the subject therein but rather, and more specifically, under the influence of its silent, nonreflective, invisible deception. Like inhaling a day late           traveling breeze, it makes no difference because you already exhaled it.

January 11, 5:00PM

“Who are you who will read these words and study these photographs, and through what cause, by what chance, and for what purpose, and by what right do you qualify to, and what will you do

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