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From gestures of withdrawal to the restless need for contact, a type of imaginary may take hold: the thing which nags and drives thought, and the body – What did I hear? Who is there? The emptiness, the broken windows, the vibrations. It leads to a form of experimentation, testing, speculation, for and with others; this is what he begins to think. And which emerges as a set of materials, constructs – the energy of the incomplete that allows for expressions of permeability: to be always already undone, the weakness that we share.
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