THE BODY AS a membrane colonized by images at the expense of its physical density.
THE BODY LIKE a compass a definable point in space.
THE BODY AS a surface of reflections, of traces.
THE BODY LIKE a world where axes meet.
THE BODY LIKE a dialogue a relation of mutuality with its environment.
THE BODY LIKE a porous membrane a partition with many windows, the end of a narrowness.
THE BODY LIKE a diffusion a frayed shape a volume one can’t get a grasp of, with a hazy outline.
THE BODY LIKE a hanging witness.One that disappears.
THE BODY AS an unknown story of a blurry territory, a timeless narration.