Drawing the perfect circle

Last week I decided that a table would wobble while I build a simple website. I would build the site using online tools that promise to make life easier, tasks faster, and surfaces cleaner. I wanted this work in progress to expose the user and life as an uneven surface.

This week I experimented with drawing a circle on a table that wobbles. 

From a very young age, I remember how when drawing the perfect circle I felt invincible. Today I craft this control through the administration of my digital profiles, portfolios, albums, and folders. This week I have been experimenting with drawing circles at a table that wobbles. By forcing myself into a scenario where drawing the perfect circle becomes impossible, is this a rejection of the technologies and tools that promote the pursuit of perfection?


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