The Dispersion of Stories

A Dispersion of Stories (I)

A Dispersion of Stories (II)

A Dispersion of Stories (III)

“The dispersion of stories points to the dispersion of the memorable as well. And in fact memory is a sort of anti-museum: it is not localizable. Fragments of it come out in legends. Objects and words also have hollow places in which a past sleeps, as in the everyday acts of walking, eating, going to bed, in which ancient revolutions slumber.” —Michel de Certeau, The Practice of Everyday Life

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