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INFLeXions No. 1- How is Research-Creation? (May 2008)

Amélie Brisson-Darveau: Horizon by Christoph Brunner


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The inverse horizon filling the void of the centre. A deterritorialization that displaces the human longing for reason and turns it into a line of flight towards becoming cosmic. A space opens filled with horizons re-territorializing the moving solids of the centre to the margins. Knitted landscapes share borders and build bonds in difference. Our visual apparatus is constantly torn apart between centre and margin. The little desiring machines of our perception pushing and pulling – constant reverberation and rhythm. Each part becomes an inflection opening new spaces of possible lines of flight. We close our eyes and the vibration moves on. It is the experience that inscribes itself onto our retinas leaving markers of sensation and changing the way we perceive - an eternal reverberation.

L’horizon inverse remplissant le vide du centre. Une déterritorialisation qui déplace l’aspiration humaine vers la raison et le tourne vers une ligne de fuite en direction d’un devenir cosmique. Un espace rempli d’horizons re-territorialisant les solides en mouvement du centre vers les marges. Les paysages tricotés partagent des frontières et construisent des attaches dans la différence. Notre appareil visuel est constamment déchiré entre le centre et la marge. Les petites machines désirantes de notre perception poussent et extirpent – constante réverbération et rythme. Chaque partie devient une inflexion ouvrant de nouveaux espaces de possibles lignes de fuite. Nous fermons nos yeux et les vibrations continuent. C’est l’expérience qui s’inscrit elle-même sur nos rétines laissant des traces de sensation, changeant la façon dont nous percevons – une éternelle réverbération.



Amélie Brisson-Darveau: Horizon



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