"People's tastes, character, and the attitude they adopt to the world and to particular things can be deciphered from the objects with which they choose to surround themselves."

-Maurice Merleau-Ponty, Sensory Objects

But what if these objects aren't sure what they are? What if the objects of our possession refuse to acknowledge their role and the reasons for their appearance?

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