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"… It is in a very different way that the space of horizons brings together the multiplicity of horizons. In this space all horizons are, as we said, side by side. At the same time, each horizon represent itself as including all the others. So the space of horizons cannot be incorporated into a single horizon's representation of things, that is, into (as we might put it) the structure of seeming that comes with being at the center of a hrorizon. No horizon, we might say, can represent the fact of its existing side by side with other horizons. But we al grasp the fact, that is, that our horizons exist side by side. I grasp the fact, and you grasp it. We grasp something that we cannot represent."
Visualy paraphrasing a matter of paradoxes, Sam Renseiw concocted a short metaphysical docu-voodle dipthych with pre-vacation footage from coast to [roller]coast. View the co-existance blend of neighbouring horizons with "in C" sample-mashes and tunel-visions by clicking here or on the links above.(patafilm # 826, 02'57'', 65MB, Quicktime/mov - other versions at Bliptv)
Today's Bonus Lumiere Video features yet another fixed horizon, with a particular moving start. (Lum # 316, 01'00'', 17MB, Quicktime/mov)
Labels: horizont, inC, rollercoast, tivoli, vejers strand, wittgenstein