25.9 - 18.10 2015
What happens to things that are generated in the mind and preserved in memory but cannot find a way to express themselves and become increasingly blurred? What about things that are consciously repressed but continue to grow widespread in our consciousness? What happens to things that we don’t want to share?
The absence of an organising figure leads to a disruption of mindfulness. When it’s impossible to grasp the meaning of the entire thing, we focus instead on a selected recognisable detail. In such situation, blurring becomes a necessary point of reference, and guesswork appears as the only sensible direction of thought. Imposed facts are no longer useful, vision becomes limited and images blurred. Everything boils down to the content, which often stems from intuitive activities and formulations of a merely fragmentary direction of meanings. Is strict logic necessary here? After all, it’s impossible to discover all the sides at the same time.