The cerebral archeology
of capitalism: a truck is
lifting tons of garbage over its head.
be worshipped again, even when sacred space is built of landfills the Jewish sense of exile was never merely
a state of separation from a specific locale, from a particular ground;
it was (and is) also a sense of separation from the very possibility of
being placed, from the very possibility of being entirely at home.
This deeper sense of displacement that
tossed the sacred out.