Gasping

200Grs.

A mundane space, invaded. The subject is now isolated, the inside becomes an outside. The subject draws a new place that can be delimited as its own and serves as a base from which relations to exteriority composed of targets or threats can be managed: “how to delimit one’s own place in a world bewitched by the invisible powers of the other.” – Michel de Certeau. Substituted by a practice inseparable from particular moments or opportunities it becomes a trace in place of acts, it is only their remainder; the sign of their erasure through time. No clue