19 April 2011

Quote of the day, yay!

'A fall toward objects without reservation, embracing a world of forces and matter, which lacks any original stability and sparks the sudden shock of the open: a freedom that is terrifying, utterly deterritorializing, and always already unknown. Falling means ruin and demise as well as love and abandon, passion and surrender, decline and catastrophe. Falling is corruption as well as liberation, a condition that turns people into things and vice versa. It takes place in an opening we could endure or enjoy, embrace or suffer, or simply accept as reality.'

- Hito Steyerl, 'In Free Fall: A Thought Experiment on Vertical Perspective', e-flux Journal #24 (to read the whole article, visit e-flux.com/journal/view/222)

1 Comments:

Blogger DM said...

that article is so nice

24 April, 2011 00:01  

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