"And there are other tidal effects, mysterious and intangible."-Rachel Carson, The Edge of the Sea (1955)
An attempt to communicate my lived experience of epilepsy through form. Mimicking mind-body dissociation and disorientation, while gesturing towards how relational entanglements sustain us. A riddle composed of fragmentsâ€“cyanotype postcard exchanges with friends, an effusive letter read aloud by someone who didnâ€™t write it, my EEG readout as a score, and my mother half-translating a song memorized in childhood.