December 2017

Painting is hysteria

Painting is hysteria, or converts hysteria, because it makes presence immediately visible.
It invests the eye through color and line. But it does not treat the eye as a fixed organ.
It liberates lines and colors from their representative function, but at the same time
it also liberates the eye from its adherence to the organism, from its character as
a fixed and qualified organ: the eye becomes virtually the polyvalent indeterminate
organ that sees the body without organs (the Figure) as a pure presence.
Painting gives us eyes all over: in the ear, in the stomach, in the lungs (the painting breathes ... ).

Gilles Deleuze

A donde nos lleve el camino


Life in the Museum

Stockbridge market. Series Traces

Series : Meditations on the museum


The painting lesson

The Metaphysics of Difference

What difference can there be between the existent and the non-existent if the non-existent is already possible,
already included in the concept and having all the characteristics that the concept confers upon it as a possibility?