Interventions and Acts of Disappearance
To Intervene is to incise a cut in the fabric of the known; or, to otherwise pass through the membrane providing both containment and the semblance of totality. An Act of Disappearance is to then slip between the articulated edges of the boundary, to reveal and exploit it’s permeability, and to merge with fields of expanded possibility.
What is Disappearance?
DISAPPEARANCE in concept is the very edge of form. It is the moment of passage of a form into formlessness. Conversely, it is the moment when the formless coalesces within the limits by which it is defined as a thing. It is the convergence of subject and object, self and not self, material and void. DISAPPEARANCE in practice is an articulate gesture, an intervention by which beauty attains primacy...