Architecture
as
shoe,
body
as
foot. Strange
how
a
collumn
or
building
or
a
length
of
bar
can
suddenly
up-end
itself
and
pull
away
from
you.
I
have
fallen
many
times.
Once
I
grabbed
a
girl's
shirt
sleeve
because
the
entire
bar,
drinks
and
everything,
was
turning
like
a
propellor.
I
blacked
out
before
I
hit
the
floor
but
came-to
as
my
friend
pulled
me
up
and
outside,
the
boyfriend
chasing
after
us.
I
sacrificed
my
coat
so
we
could
escape.
I
can
remember
the
boyfriend
holding
my
empty
coat
and
looking
for
me
in
it.
It
is
entirely
possible
that
in
the
short
second
between
when
the
architecture
started
to
move
and
i
fell
that
i
did
or
said
something
offensive.
Maybe
I
said,
"fuck",
but
I
am
pretty
sure
that
I
just
grabbed
for
something
more
sympathetic
than
that
building
which
had
clearly
turned
against
me.
It
is
particularly
funny
(although
again,
not
entirely
pleasant)
how,
at
first
the
pole,
the
wall,
the
embankment
will
reassure
you,
but
then
how,
as
you
close
your
eyes
and
try
to
meld
with
the
stasis
of
the
object
or
building,
the
damned
thing
starts
to
move
with
you!
It
slowly
starts
up
like
a
disney
ride
or
a
magic
carpet!
Soon
you
are
doing
loops!
How
nauseating
and
amazing
at
the
same
time!
You
really
believe
that,
together,
you
are
moving.
I
mean,
you
want
to
die,
but,
in
retrospect,
what
a
miraculous
delusion. I
dizzy
easy.
But
the
Pantheon
is
the
one
place
where
a
person
can
spin
around
and
around
and
never
fall
over.
It
is
a
perfect
sphere
and
you
spin
in
the
bottom
of
it
looking
out
of
the
oculus.
You
can't
be
dizzy
there.
You
are
in
a
giant
eye.
That
place
is
special. You
can
also
do
this
anywhere:
1.
Close
your
eyes
and
stand
against
a
wall
just
before
it
takes
a
90
degree
corner.
Stand
close
enough
so
that
you
BELIEVE
gravity
is
sideways
and
you
are
actually
lying
down
on
the
wall.
(So
you
must
give
some
weight
to
the
wall
with
your
back,
front,
side...
doesn't
matter). 2.
(Eyes
closed)
Imagine
that
this
not
a
wall,
but
a
cliff
on
which
you
are
lying.
Into
the
wall
is
the
direction
of
DOWN.
Wait
until
you
believe
that
this
is
true
before
proceeding
to
#3. 3.
(Eyes
still
closed)
Feel
the
edge
of
the
cliff
(wall),
and
imagine
the
long
long
drop
below.
Imagine
the
waves
or
dirt
or
crocodiles,
whatever
suits
you.
Wait
until
you
really
see/hear/feel
the
imaginary
space
around
you
and
the
imaginary
drop
below
before
proceeding
to
#4. 4.
(Eyes
still
closed)
Roll
off.
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