|I often find
that I center my prose pieces around two characters and their
relationship, whatever that relationship may turn out to be. In
Equation , the focus is less on any one character, obviously, as the
story doesn't really have a well-defined character. Instead, a
relationship and the ultimate betrayal of said relationship is
portrayed as something that can be measured, calculated and expressed
I think that the attempt to distance oneself from one's feelings and emotions is something most of us do at some point in our lives. In this context, logic and math certainly appeal to the western mindset and our environment that is often ruled by logic.