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Cutting Strings

28 Aug

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“All the world’s a stage

And all the men and women merely players.

They have their exits and their entrances,

And one man in his time plays many parts…”

 

William Shakespeare;  As You Like It, Act II Scene VII

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EURYDICE ASCENDING A STAIRCASE I 20/06/2012

24 Jun

EURYDICE ASCENDING A STAIRCASE I

“The moment interiority is attracted outside of itself, an outside hollows out the place into which interiority customarily has its recesses and the possibility of its recesses: a form arises – less than a form, a kind of stubborn and non-formal anonymity – that dispossesses the subject of its identity…”    Michel Foucault,  “The Thought Of The Outside”.

THE CHARLATAN’S DOLLS

24 Jun

THE CHARLATAN’S DOLLS

 “Make yourself free from the Mannikin you create out of a false interpretation of what you do and what you feel, and you’ll at once see that the Mannikin you make yourself is nothing at all like what you really are or what you really can be!”   Luigi Pirandello,  “Ciascuno A Suo Modo (Each In His Own Way)”, 1924.

DON’T LOOK BACK

24 Jun

DON’T LOOK BACK

 “The mirror does not give me my true appearance. I only know myself in reflection, such as inside myself I will never be. But it is like this for every object, that only come to us definitively altered, including upon the screen of our brain. All things thus offer themselves without hope of being anything other than the illusion of themselves. And it’s good this way.”   Jean Baudrillard,   “Paroxysm – The Perfect Crime”.

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