Desire + Art

"The self is only a threshold, a door, a becoming between two multiplicities." Gilles Deleuze, Thousand Plateaus: Capitalism and Schizophrenia

“The self is only a threshold, a door, a becoming between two multiplicities.”
Gilles Deleuze, Thousand Plateaus: Capitalism and Schizophrenia

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‘A new object made its appearance in the imaginary landscape of the Renaissance, and it was not long before it occupied a privileged place there, this was the Ship of Fools …’ History of Madness Foucault

“A new object made its appearance in the imaginary landscape of the Renaissance, and it was not long before it occupied a privileged place there, this was the Ship of Fools …” History of Madness Foucault

Foucault mentions that in such a city there was a ‘hierarchic ensemble of places; urban places and profane places; protected places and open, exposed places; urban places and rural places (all these concern the real life of men).’ Foucault M., Of other spaces

Foucault mentions that in such a city there was a ‘hierarchic ensemble of places; urban places and profane places; protected places and open, exposed places; urban places and rural places (all these concern the real life of men).’ Foucault M., Of other spaces

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OF OTHER SPACES: Heterotopias are spaces that exclude. They are ‘sacred’ or ‘forbidden’ spaces that present the negative attitude of the society towards events that they envelop. Rejected from the totality of public life they are places for ‘a state of crisis’

'Passive synthesis or contraction is essentially asymmetrical: it goes from the past to the future in the present'

‘Passive synthesis or contraction is essentially asymmetrical: it goes from the past to the future in the present’

 'The task is to notice the dynamic and emergent constitution of 'worlds' through heterogeneous relational practices'


‘The task is to notice the dynamic and emergent constitution of ‘worlds’ through heterogeneous relational practices’

'Desire is revolutionary in its essence'....Deleuze & Guattari

Desire is revolutionary in its essence‘….Deleuze & Guattari