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Series Differenciation/Differentiation #1

The world we perceive is made up of differenciated things, distinct terms
or objects. But in order for us to perceive a differenciated world
there must also be a power of differentiation.

Claire Colebrook, "Understanding Deleuze"

Gratis Dictum. Diffrence and Repetition Studies

Difference and Repetition:There is no identity, and in repetition, nothing is ever the same.
Rather, there is only difference: copies are something new, everything is constantly
changing, and reality is a becoming, not a being.

Difference and Repetition Series

Is there any meaning to an "original" digital artwork? It does not exists, but the meaning is found through repetition, difference , conveyance and circulation ( Du Champ)

Equus: Difference and Rpetition studies.

Non sense !

La ignorancia

Qu"à la pointe de son savoir, à cette pointe extrême qui sépare notre savoir et notre ignorance, et qui fait passer l"un dans l"autre"

Gilles Deleuze

Schizoids drawings

The Age of Man

Deleuzian Embeddings

Deleuzian Embeddings

Deleuzian Embeddings

I paint

Yet painting is the realisation of the visible:
"It gives visible existence to what profane vision thinks is invisible" (ibid.) -"a texture of Being" which we occupy and inhabit.

Such "invisible" qualities, which constitute objects to be observable at all in perception,
exist at "the threshold" of "profane vision which forgets its premises"

Merleau-Ponty 1961/1993

I paint RBD

Life. Caserta

Study for a portrait 2


Orange.Fake Colour Infa red techniques

Bottles: a compromise

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The language that we do not own. Suffolk

Language, for the individual consciousness, lies on the borderline between oneself and the other. The word in language is half someone else's. It becomes one's own only when the speaker populates it with his own intention, his own accent, when he appropriates the word, adapting it to his own semantic and expressive intention.

Prior to this moment of appropriation, the word does not exist in a neutral and impersonal language (it is not, after all, out of a dictionary that the speaker gets his words!), but rather it exists in other people's mouths, in other people's contexts, serving other people's intentions: it is from there that one must take the word, and make it one's own.


Temporality/ Cambridge, UK

Originary Temporality is a manifold of successive phenomena that explains Ordinary Time
M. Heidegger

Aletheia, Unhidden. Bath


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