Narra[c]ting the unimaginable
Even the most hypothetical of the stories we tell ourselves – regardless of the medium – : ('quantic parallel universes') ('non-linear time dimensions') ('aliens') ('add your own')
are: traced back to what we can imagine what our brains can manage with: no escape from mimesis (or: should we abandon the representational paradigm?)
How can we narrate what we can't yet conceive? How to find a way beyond?
Is asking ourselves about unimaginable narrations a way to get the unimaginable closer?
Note to explorers: liminal spaces threshold worlds: start with a dream?