W I N D C H I M E S  ELECTRONICS
is Amanda Eicher and Yasi Perera making things that seem to depend on mass means, with the help of many collaborators, among them Thomas Buckler (web and graphics), Chris Cohen (accounting), Randall Fontes (state) and Walter Funk (waveforms).
THINKING OF Phillip K. Dick's recurrent dreams revealing, nap-by-nap, more specifics on a book to find:
"[this time] I caught sight of the copyright date either 1966 or 1968 and another look at the typestyle"
"a large blue hardback book-- very large and long [...] the final word of the title being "Grove" and
a word before it starting with a 'B' which could be blooming or budding or something." (Exegesis)
and then IMAGINING Samuel R. Delany using this sort of revelation to write his books:
what they look like, how much they weigh, a sense that an event narrated 2/3rds of the way
through the book is made meaningful by a parallel event narrated roughly in the middle of the book,
or just before.
5 or 40 facts like that, wherever they come from, seems like they'd be enough to imply
the whole book. or a whole business