Thursday, April 19, 2007

On the love for concepts and images

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"Images and concepts are formed at opposite poles of mental activity: imagination and reason. A polarity of exclusion plays between them, in a way utterly unlike that of magnetic poles. In this case, the opposite poles do not attract , but repel. If one loves concepts and images, the masculine and feminine poles of the psyche, one must love mental powers with two different loves."

Everyone has within himself his own somnambulist, of whom he is the mesmerist... is Sam Renseiw's relevant paraphrase of J.W. Ritter while conceptualising The Poetics of Space in a corner of canteen footage. View the short dialectic moving visual, with scratch-acordeon accompagnement by clicking here or on the links above. (patafilm # 395, 01'45'', 7.8 MB, quicktime/mov - flash version at

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