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Fiction is not exclusively defined by a narrative thread that is cohesive and well-motivated. This is a type of fiction. Fiction is made-up people navigating through a made-up situation. Motivation and cohesion are not inherent to the form. These made-up situations might be dictated by real life, but their made-up-ness (imaginative freedom) is what makes them fiction. I wonder what would happen if what’s made-up does not have to follow a preset logic (dogmatic), but can move freely around the proposed theme or concept, following desire.

Apply a scene-by-scene approach to a film dictated not by narrative but by situation, character, landscape. Not action-consequence, but motion/movement-exploration. In search of an architecture more concerned with possibility rather than effect.