I save the last dance. I save death. Take me home. Hands are burning. It is up to my elbows.
Say my name. Say my name. All these smells are familiar. We smell like each other now.
Tripping over. Come a little closer. Vaporize this. High pass it. Skew. Distort.
Out of order. There are talk of uses. Use this. The sight is blurry. No card. No patience.
A flurry of bad traits. The flip side of evil. There were no good angles. That was last season.
Praise all over.
The smell is gone. Awaiting lift off. Caring does not come easy now. Impatience is the biggest vice.
Keep the truce. Keep all of it. Travel light. Empty the chambers. Exempt the players. Get free.
Duty free. I stay for the game. Minimum effort. There is a sea punk in here somewhere. Exclaim its
roots. What are these oceans I ask. Recalibrate the vessel. Time came to pass. Fire away.
Nothing to lose. Moby Dick is watching the gap. The tear in this surface. Plates moving. This
continent is slipping. Fading. Fire away. Pangea. Fire away. Recognize this. A bitter retreat.
It is harder and harder to reach. Excel. Tell me now you know. Little things.
Grinning. Throwing shade. Petty men in reverse. Your screen is a person. Fade.
Ocean and I only cry together. Only the driest tears. Only in the deepest of canyons. The least
deserving. Halve it and move on. The canyon is a bed. The canyon cruise is the last one. These
bricks cannot hold us. Car. Kick the fluids. Kick it. Release all pedals.
Capture it and leave. You know of what I speak. Marry fire. Drowning time. Touch fire.
Live with raised palms.
Keep it light. Steady. Shady.
A sensory practice with longer intervals. Closer to the sun. Ions. All blazing. Heaviness. Heaving.
No promise to keep. Someone has just arrived. Silence. Friendship on fire. Burning.
An impending crash. The last one. Only one.
A wholesome ending.
Tiril Hasselknippe (b. Norway 1984, lives and works in Malmø) studied at MalmÃ¶ Art Academy (MFA), Sweden, exchange at Cooper Union School of Art, New York. Recent exhibitions include Year of car, Club Midnight, Berlin, 2013; Places of bourn; Toves Galleri, Copenhagen, 2013; Dear Gertrud, Pleasant, Copenhagen, 2012. From 2011 â€“ 2013 she ran the exhibition space CEO Gallery in MalmÃ¶. Upcoming shows include Backa in i framtiden, Lunds konsthall, 2013.
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