Thursday, September 28, 2006

On the art of besouling buildings

"In Schelling's conception, God develops in nature from an original potentiality. Schelling also calls this basic force 'the pure subject-object,' or the objective subject-object, which means the same as Natura naturans or the world-soul. In his address "On the Relation of the Creative Arts to Nature", Schelling says, that nature is "to the spirited researcher alone, the holy, the eternally creative original force of the world which produces all things out of itself and brings forth faith-fully".

"If only one's self can know what it is like to be oneself, the occupational therapist needs new approaches to best come in contact with the selvesof others. This is an 'art of equilibrium', a therapeutic balance act ", Sam Renseiw reflected, quoting one of the Pantertanters, while recording Berit N.'s forceful but gentle demand to besoul the buildings. View the quick visual mash-up by clicking here or tower in above. (patafilm # 264, 00'49'', 3.7 MB, Quicktime/mov - Flash version for PC available here)