eulogy is a living archive of our collected residue, meandering within intersecting temporalities. each iteration is developed alongside our current collaborative processes. its body shape-shifts with every step, inviting new discards to memorialise, and gently releasing others from documentation. this is a space carved out for speculative realities – the things we’ve left behind on trains, three-quarter-ideas, dreams from which only one sound lingers, pocket lint. will you bring flowers to say goodbye?