Posted by: Rajesh Shukla | September 20, 2010

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A work by Neo Rauch

Creating has always been something different from communicating. The key thing may be to create vacuoles of noncommunication, circuit breakers, so we can elude control.

I noticed, one fine day, that in all theory time serves no purpose, it does nothing. Yet, I said to myself, time is something. Therefore it acts. What can it do? Simple good sense responds: time is what prevents that everything be given at once. It delays, or rather it is delay. It must therefore be a kind of elaboration. Is it not then the vehicle of creation and choice? Does the existence of time not prove that there is indeterminacy in things? Isn’t time itself this indeterminacy? (


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