Locations shift, with or without you, becoming nebulous— their boundaries warping into tangent spaces, real or otherwise:
the light of a distant star reaches you
millions of years since it has extinguished
remnants of action permeate your walls and memory
the space between where you are
and where you can never be tangles
Locations exist in part as a subspace of collapsed pasts and futures, ultimately defined by this phasing. A space where the impactful and the incidental are conflated together, and the absent and the occupied are equivalent terms.
To map these locations, to reconstruct them as they are, we fall upon devices which recognize the absurdity of trying to reveal the hiddenness of reality as it is— hidden.