Days with the Sun

In one way or another, the very existence of islands is the negation of this point of view, of this effort, this conviction. That England is populated will always come as a surprise; humans can live on an island only by forgetting what an island represents. Islands are either from before or for after humankind.

Desert Islands and Other Texts
Gilles Deleuze

Cargo Collective
Frogtown, Los Angeles