arrow <> index finger, pointer
imagining you've got cupids arrow when you point to someone/thing/where
how much of what you do is performative, with the intent for others to see?
how much of what you do is born from genuine desire, so much so that no one has to be a witness to it outside of yourself?
"I argue for a view of the self and of identity that is the opposite of the personal brand: an unstable, shapeshifting thing determined by interactions with others and with different kinds of places."
should i take it as some sort of sign that whenever i try to sign the five letters that summon me, these fingers use the wrong letters a few times before i get it right?
Lines aren't things running between two points; points are where several lines intersect. Lines never run uniformly, and points are nothing but inflections of lines. More generally, it's not beginnings and ends that count, but middles. Things and thoughts advance or grow out from the middle, and that's where you have to get to work, that's where everything unfolds.
- Gilles Deleuze, On Leibniz