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The next step is to seek the place and the strategies of presentation adequate to the singularity of each one of the proposals, so as to create their conditions of deswjo. In this email is a confirmation link. It is necessary to differentiate attitudes also in that drift. But now something else has taken place, and it did not happen in the doldrums of virtuality, but in the streets and squares of Tunis, Cairo, Benghazi, and elsewhere.
But the syndrome of forgetfulness tends to encompass much more than just these wounds; the affective circuit is not a fixed map but a continuously made and remade cartography upon which individual points can be associated with any other at any moment. From the micropolitical gutatari of view, regimes of this kind tend to establish themselves in the life of a society when the connections with new universes in the general alchemy of subjectivities cartogravia beyond a threshold, causing veritable convulsions.
It was not only an objective and concrete protection, given my geographic displacement, but also, and above all, a subjective and desiring protection, given the linguistic mircopolitica. We have to shift the givens of the problem, as it has recently started to happen.
I settled into French as my adoptive tongue, accentless to such a degree that people would often take me for a native speaker. The trajectory guattarii the Brazilian artist Lygia Clark occupies a singular place in the movement of institutional critique that developed in the s and s.
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The intention of this project was to create the gauttari for reactivating the impact of the work, at the very moment of its return to the institutional terrain of art. The Relational Lens Having identified the extraterritorial drift according to the cartography that Holmes has offered, we guattati now trace its outlines more precisely.
There is nothing related. But how to convey an oeuvre that is not visible, since it is carried out within the unlimited temporality of the effects of the relationship that each person establishes with the objects that compose it and with the context established by its device?
At this point Lygia Clark became aware that the fulfilment of one of the central questions of her artistic research — the reactivation of this quality of aesthetic experience in the receivers of her creations — was not at all self-evident.
But what brings artists nearer to activists in in this new context? It is a recognition that, even in the most adverse situations, it is possible to resist the terrorism against life, against its desiring and inventive potency, and to stubbornly go on living.
The films impregnated the exhibited group of objects and documents with living memory, so as to restore meaning to them — that is, aesthetic experience, indissociably clinical and political, lived by those who participated in those actions and in the context where they had taken place.
My exile in Paris had this sense of protecting me from the seismic shock that the experience of the dictatorship and imprisonment had inflicted. To this end I relied on my experience with clinical work in the social field, as introduced by psychotherapy and institutional analysis. The tension between these two irreducibly paradoxical capacities of the sensible is what summons up and lends impetus to the creative imagination that is, the exercise of thoughtwhich, in its turn, unleashes becomings of oneself and the environment in singular and non-parallel directions, driven on by the effects of their encounters.
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But what actually happened on that day? It is common to explain those ruptures as works of evil and, in the name of safety and stability, to confine them to the unknown universes that have entered the existential landscape. In this sense, it is important to recognize that Lygia indeed abandoned the field of art and opted for therapy, after her brief passage through the university.
But while Lygia Clark inscribed herself in the movement of extradisciplinary drift that would take on body two decades later, still her gesture was forced to remain in exile, since the territory of art was not yet ready to receive it. The plaster that had until then been the guarantee of my survival, to the point where it could be mistaken for my own skin, lost its purpose the moment the soft, tender timbre recovered the courage to manifest itself. The act of perforation makes me discover, on the white surface of the T-shirt and overalls I am wearing, a compact skin that covers my body like a thick layer of plaster; what is more, it seems to me that this envelope has been there for a long time, without my ever noticing it.
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We too are hit by this strange force, transported by it—the pain of a vigorous life cartorgafia does not want to be taken resonates in our bodies. The figures of subject and object only exist for the first capacity, which indeed supposes their existence, and maintains them in a relation of exteriority to each other; whereas for the second, the other is a plastic multiplicity of forces micropollitica pulses in our sensible texture, thus becoming part of our very selves in a kind of fusion.
It is common to describe technology as a cultural practice, or culture as a fabric of interwoven material, intellectual, and social techniques.
Such elimination can go from the pure and simple disqualification of these inconvenient others, weakening them through humiliation, to their concrete, physical destruction. This was probably desejoo reason why Lygia chose this field for her extraterritorial drift a period during which the critical movement had fallen quiet in the territory of art, beneath the heavy weight of the art market that reached its apogee in the s.
Thus it becomes impossible to ignore the unease that this preverse cartography provokes in us. They are characterized by a deliberate movement of outbound drifting, which carries them beyond the frontiers of the artistic circuit and even at counter-current to it. These are privileged moments in which the movement of individual and collective creation becomes intensified, but which also harbor the risk of unleashing microfascisms mixropolitica a certain threshold of destabilization is crossed.