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Mysterious Stones

After reading the Interstice: Stone passage, it became clear how important stone is to not only our culture, but to us individually. Throughout the passage, many themes are discussed concerning stone, such as the voice of stone, history represented by … Continue reading

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Does It Need to be Heard to be Understood?

When we think of stone, the connotations that often appear to mind are “cold,” “immovable,” “solid,” and “dense.” In other words, we see stone as something of a silent part of nature–one faced, cannot be overcome. Stone holds this paradoxical … Continue reading

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Stone abides.  It instantiates the solidity of the earth underneath our feet.  It endures.  Or does it too evolve and change into something else?  The following images represent some of the examples that you will find discussed in Macauley’s interstice … Continue reading

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