Individuals, unlike market bonds or particles, are tied by values, expectations, beliefs, cosmologies and references that define their identity.
Art and aesthetics are a kind of problematic equation, perhaps a forgotten or even interrupted relationship that has to be reconsidered over and over again.
Is the result of biogenetics not that we, “ordinary” humans, effectively are that—humans who don’t know they are not humans, i.e., neuronal machines with self-awareness?
Through artistic performativity, daily routine has become the theatre of all of us, the manifestation of the creative expression of everyone.
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