by Wilson Hurst, 1st year IDSVA student
Structural relations of geographical spaces. Moving from the crowded transportation portal and into an adjacent shopping arcade, the members of Cohort ’13 experience Florence as they pursue topological studies. Part of the occurrence is to identify distinctions between cultures, differences that in the global consumer economy increasingly become minor. To be alive on this planet means to be final users of products or services. Decisions must be made within the extravagant merchandise cacophony, with suffering the consequence derived from false value judgments. Distinguishing matter from a larger whole, our senses perhaps provide an artificial impression of composite material objects.