Thought for the Day

Source: Species of Spaces and Other Pieces by Georges Perec (translated by John Sturrock). 
Penguin, 1997

Read this too, which provides more background on this book, which was one of the origins for my theme for the GA Conference 2022. Perec refers to everyday spaces as the 'infra-ordinary' and these are often ignored, but offer potential for geographical investigation.
In the chapter on 'Space', Perec 

"...cherishes the fragility of the spaces that surround him and suggests that between the page and the world, space has to be claimed, to be lived in, to be talked about and written down, in order to 'try meticulously to retain something, to cause something to survive; to wrest a few precise scraps from the void as it grows, to leave somewhere a furrow, a trace , a mark or a few signs'."