Language problems are often at the bottom of most rationalistic “objectivity”. One must be conscious of the changes in language, before one attempts to discover the form of an o next or fact.
Consider incompleteness as a verb.
∆ Anne Carson, Plainwater: Essays and Poetry
Through the reader’s act of choosing what a hypertext is and will become, hypertext becomes “embodied” by what are otherwise invisible choices in reading (Joyce 235).
"Dry petals of dead flowers have secret cures in them -- anything under the sun, once touched by life / sun / is imbued with power over death."
– Jonas Mekas, Out-Takes from the Life of a Happy Man (2012)
El archivo "es el límite-frontera del tiempo que rodea nuestra presencia, que sobresale por encima de ella y que señala su otredad: es lo que fuera de nosotros, nos delimita.”
As a refugee, she leaves the familiar and safe homeground to venture into unknown and possibly dangerous terrain.
This is her home
this thin edge of
Ethnopoetics as: the thinking of our categories as something we inherited, and so something we always need to put into quotation marks (denaturalize language).
Landing sites are local deposits of subjectivity that acknowledge and then redirect attention, allowing the user to think the process of thinking through architectural encounters. They offer navigational cartographies from direct perception to imagine perception, to the composite structure of a spatial model of thought through environmental "thinking-feeling". Landing sites affirm all awareness as both sited and spatial, embodied in a context. They envision the structure of the organism as inseparable from the operation of perception producing the subject.
All division of matter into independent bodies with absolutely determined outlines is an artificial division.