Friday, August 28, 2009
Thursday, August 27, 2009
"... the space vibrates around them. Nothing else is still. Maybe because every angle (made by Giacometti's thumb while he was working on clay), curve, salience, crest or scratched tip of the metal are not themselves still. Each one of them keeps emitting the sensibility that have created them. No tip or edge that cuts and rips the space is dead." Jean Genet
"... When I was a small boy, I thought I could do anything. And this feeling lasted until I was seventeen, eighteen years old. Then, all of the sudden, I realised I couldn't do anything about it and I wondered why. I wanted to work to find it out. And that's what keeps me working since then, this desire of finding out why can't I simply reproduce what I see. ..." A. Giacometti (1901-1966)
in our absence, the world goes around.
it is the desire that makes life. Not only we are born from sex, but also during the whole life we feel alive when we desire. The desire boosts the moviment, and the desire is the own energy, it is by itself the own movement.
so the world only exists from our own will, of everyone's and all together's.
the life and the world are made of the desires' energy.
it is the desire that exists in our absence.
and jeez, that's good!!!