Circa Flora : a living-prototype c / Living prototype of Circa Flora, measuring the passage of time against the more-than-human temporalities of blossoming native local plants.

Circa - approximately, around or about
Flora - the plants of a particular region, habitat, or geological period

'Only by treating technology as ecology can we cure the split between ourselves and our extensions.'
- Editorial from Radical Software, Berly Korot & Phyllis Gershuny, 1971

'Time has always been an imaginary concept, and it matters who imagines it. For most of history, time has been governed by our relationship to the more-than-human world: the rising of the sun and the turning of the seasons. In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, time was separated from the earth, and suborned by industry for its own ends.'
- James Bridle, Ways of Being : Beyond Human Intelligence

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