It is empty, no reference point, no hint. Only the visitors and their costumes. All the alphabet can do is talk to each other, or fight. The void (…) gives play to the pieces, it constructs/deconstructs itself (…). The articulated pieces separate, compose and recompose. (06) It is an inextricable unity of order and disorder, of the reasonable being of things and the nothingness of madness. (…) Joining vision and blindness, image and judgement, phantasm and language, sleep and waking, day and night (07) “the point where there is neither good nor evil, neither life nor death, neither nothingness or somethingness .” (03) the void encompassed everything. (08)
A sees B in all its splendour. C sees D’s identity. E sees F’s believes, so different from his own. A debates with B, C disagrees with D, E attacks F.
A fights against B, C against D, E against F. Like a choreography they change dance partners. A vs C, B vs E, D vs F. They change partners again.
Spirituality against Rationality.
Tamed against Savage.
Paradise against Jungle.
Heaven against Earth.
Mind against the Soul.
Talk against Fight.
Love against Hate.
Until it all collapses.
03 Zizek_Less Than Nothing
06 Hays_Architecture Theory since 1968
07 Foucault_History of Madness
08 Deleuze_The Logic of Sense