An inquiry into the plastics on Hawaiian shores that centers the colonized and occupied homelands on which these objects are formed
"On balconies, in silence, my mind swaying with the music, / I’m thinking where does the ocean end and the sky begin? I’m thinking / when does the morning bus leave? I’m thinking how much for one more drink?"
"Physical architectural forms aid in determining the public and private, but social practices also contribute to their use." In Delhi, the designation can be ambiguous.
"For 3,000 livre a white man could lay / Under the church all rotting and wormy"—from "Saint-Domingue in the Summer"