Working Well With Others
Parergon
Working Well With Others,
digital print, 2010, Marnie Slater
Pairs disclaimer
Despite my many examples
This is not about pairs or poles...



SUBJECTILE
Artaud Bonnard etc...


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Parergon:
http://antropologias.descentro.org/files/downloads/2012/04/Jacques-Derrida-the_truth_in_painting.pdf
Chimú ceramics were crafted for two functions: containers for daily domestic use and those made for ceremonial use for offerings at burials. Domestic pottery was developed without higher finishing, while funeral ceramics show more aesthetic refinement.
Double-chambered double spout-and-bridge bottle (missing bridge); tapering spouts and ring base. Chambers portray a pair of owls; feline head lugs at spout bases with incised comma-shaped eyes. Vertical mould seams down sides, including spouts and base; bridge may have been added if weak around base. Burnished. Black.
900-1430, Chimu-Lambayeque?
O friends, there are no friends
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Place de la Concorde
1910
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The Germans have no subjectile, but how would we know that without Artaud, who
doesn't only use it but attacks it, quarrels with it openly, seduces it, undertakes to
pierce it through, puts it through the wringer, and first of all, names it? Not so much in
order to dominate it but to deliver from a domination, to deliver someone or
something else that isn't yet born. He attacks it like a Latin word. Without having any
fear of the word: like a Latin thing, like this historical sedimentation of a thing and a
word consolidated near subject and substance, from Descartes's "clear ideas."
The Germans have no subjectile, but how would we know that without Artaud, who
doesn't only use it but attacks it, quarrels with it openly, seduces it, undertakes to
pierce it through, puts it through the wringer, and first of all, names it? Not so much in
order to dominate it but to deliver from a domination, to deliver someone or
something else that isn't yet born. He attacks it like a Latin word. Without having any
fear of the word: like a Latin thing, like this historical sedimentation of a thing and a
word consolidated near subject and substance, from Descartes's "clear ideas."
The Germans have no subjectile, but how would we know that without Artaud, who
doesn't only use it but attacks it, quarrels with it openly, seduces it, undertakes to
pierce it through, puts it through the wringer, and first of all, names it? Not so much in
order to dominate it but to deliver from a domination, to deliver someone or
something else that isn't yet born. He attacks it like a Latin word. Without having any
fear of the word: like a Latin thing, like this historical sedimentation of a thing and a
word consolidated near subject and substance, from Descartes's "clear ideas."
The Germans have no subjectile, but how would we know that without Artaud, who
doesn't only use it but attacks it, quarrels with it openly, seduces it, undertakes to
pierce it through, puts it through the wringer, and first of all, names it? Not so much in
order to dominate it but to deliver from a domination, to deliver someone or
something else that isn't yet born. He attacks it like a Latin word. Without having any
fear of the word: like a Latin thing, like this historical sedimentation of a thing and a
word consolidated near subject and substance, from Descartes's "clear ideas."
The Germans have no subjectile, but how would we know that without Artaud, who
doesn't only use it but attacks it, quarrels with it openly, seduces it, undertakes to
pierce it through, puts it through the wringer, and first of all, names it? Not so much in
order to dominate it but to deliver from a domination, to deliver someone or
something else that isn't yet born. He attacks it like a Latin word. Without having any
fear of the word: like a Latin thing, like this historical sedimentation of a thing and a
word consolidated near subject and substance, from Descartes's "clear ideas."
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