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Interference - Mai Keldsen  - Phases Magazine
Interference - Mai Keldsen  - Phases Magazine
Interference - Mai Keldsen  - Phases Magazine
Interference - Mai Keldsen  - Phases Magazine
Interference - Mai Keldsen  - Phases Magazine
Interference - Mai Keldsen  - Phases Magazine
Interference - Mai Keldsen  - Phases Magazine
Interference - Mai Keldsen  - Phases Magazine
Interference - Mai Keldsen  - Phases Magazine
Interference - Mai Keldsen  - Phases Magazine
Interference - Mai Keldsen  - Phases Magazine

I imagine an interference. I imagine two waves meeting by the seashore and how, instead of eliminating one another or each continuing on the way they each were, they merge into one wave. A wave different from either of the ones that existed before.I imagine an interference. I imagine a phenomenon that will allow for realities which would otherwise only exist apart to influence one another or even to become one. For different entities to come together and form new ones. And for facts and myths to simply be two sides of the same story.