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Scott Thurston (Openned Reading, London, The Foundery, July 17th 2008)

"take cover from my artificial intelligence"

"we cannot justify our deserts"

"shapeless static boundaries"

"our current past-life on a disused railway track"

"separate yr voices"

"beckon me form to time to air not even missiles"

"can they dent, in turn, a mold, a straight jacket"

"broken prism, still stop, a right to aim at, repeatedly"

"bouncers on a staircase"

"shape something with a structure of escape"

"you know your signal"

"reshape me, suddenly"

"stalking instance"

"what have i given up"

"invisible worm"

"impersonal flowering"

"an answer to death spoken across"

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