When did we stop thinking deeply about the world around us?

deeply about nothing is an attempt to slow down my brain. To take in the world around us at a different pace. To take refuge in time, in context, in connection.

It’s a collection of first-draft essays, memoirs, and general thoughts from Serena Chen. A physicist-turned-designer who writes about the intersections of identity, society, science and technology. The idea here is to embrace space, embrace context, embrace deep dives.

I hope you’ll take the time to join me.

For an RSS-friendly feed, a copy of all my letters are posted at https://serena.nz/writing/