Sensing, Recording, Imagining

David Wojnarowicz in Close to the Knives invites a rethinking of the situation of the imagination:

There is really no difference between memory and sight, fantasy and actual vision. Vision is made of subtle fragmented movements of the eye. These fragmented pieces of the world are turned and pressed into memory before they can register in the brain. Fantasized images are actually made up of millions of disjointed observations collected and collated into the forms and textures of thought.

And of the other senses? They too snip and paste from the continuum.

And so for day 396