Everywhere

"It's worth the risk," thought Justine.

“Worth the Risk”

Risk

n. a decision born from an ambiguous situation that could lead to a thrill, rush or burst of energy.

v. to choose without or despite full knowledge of outcome, usually leading to great pleasure, pain or both

Example sentence:
“It’s worth the risk,” thought Justine, as she walked towards the hotel.

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Everywhere, Anywhere, Somewhere, Nowhere

About this Project (MLA13 Locative Media Installation)

Places: Market – Church – Pier – Park – Tavern – Gallery
Places: Anywhere – Anywhere – Everywhere – Everywhere
Places: Nowhere – Now&Here

You’ve entered this project through a side door.
Would you like to use the front door?

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