| Played Twice. Text

To act, look, perceive longer, slower.

The limitations (external) — not of subject, but of space — liberating from internal limitations: domination of taste, habit, reason, convenience.

A photograph: a way to document one's presence in a particular point in space, a sense of belonging in it.

Returning to the same places.

Ultimately it's not a question of taste. It's the other way around. Each thing in the world asks us, "What makes you think I'm not something you like?" [1]

A different attitude towards the visible, the space — inclusion, acceptance.

Seeing a landscape as if for the first time and last time : amplification of perception. [2]

The ideas (one's own and others') generating new ideas.

  1. John Cage: A Year From Monday. New Lectures and Writings by John Cage, Wesleyan University Press, Middletown, Connecticut, 1969, p. 148 ↩︎

  2. Luigi Ghirri: The Complete Essays 1973-1991, MACK 2016, p. 161, p. 186 ↩︎