I remember Harriet’s lecture

Our CTS tutor Andrew asked us to complete this little writing task on the lecture we had last Thursday. This time it was Harriet who gave us a lecture on “Memory and line”. Andrew asked us to write about the lecture starting with I remember and to never take the pen off the paper. At first I thought I would take this literally and not to leave any space between the words and write in a continuous line, it might even look great aesthetically speaking I thought. But then I changed my mind and decided to at least leave spaces between the words as I imagine the very few people who will read this (if any! hahaha) don’t want to take ages decrypting what I wrote (my handwriting might be challenging enough).


I intentionally decided not to make a full stop at the end because it is a stream of consciousness and more thoughts and memories might continue to come to my mind…

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