The fragments of a baby are scattered on the ground in a way that suggests it was dipped in liquid nitrogen before the perpetrator took a hammer to it.
There is a cephalopod in a squeeze maze while Captain Beefheart plays.
A preservation musician is playing a single note, while a pause musician takes a John Cage silence to the extremities of endurance.
The carbon neutral village of Bloom is marked by an evergreen tree stood next to a deciduous tree.
Bollander Squiz notes it all down, and ten years later, when The Book For Posterity was out of print, and he felt he had confirmed that he had all the copies available – he made a huge bonfire, and when it was fully ablaze he fell upon it.