Max Frei brings the memory of things into play.
Things record the events in which they participate.
Hard enough to learn anything about them
from animals or plants, but from things?
Why not? People have invented smoke signals, talking clouds.
Signs carved in stone. Have learned to read tracks.
And don’t we talk daily with the devices we have invented
in order to have contact with the whole world?
So why not ask the clouds or the river?
The river, whose waves are complex mirrors.
The clouds, which are like thoughts, constantly changing,
incomprehensibly diverse.