Mane Radmanović

Scenography of Routine

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Mane Radmanović

There are more shoes. Less skin and less hair. I don’t hydrate as much. Everything is habitual. Spaces seem to be becoming more and more insignificant. I start getting used to them. All I need is that something in between, I need more of a zone than a legit space in which I function rather than live. I don’t care for myself the way I used to. I let go more. I let go of my own personal details. I learn from details around me.

I eat more fish. Red meat tires me. It’s as though routine never seemed this lively and gentle before. As though I re-learn it over and over again.

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