Being the Self and the Other
"Subjectivity betrays oneself, or is rather translated in formulae enshrouded by self and crystallised in writing. This translation is often associated with a writer’s individual style, but it harbours more than what others tend to grasp or even wish
to allow. It betrays, in fact, the ways of thinking that are at the
origin of what I like to call the traits of self. Often, the reason
and form of bursts of expressive passion are reduced to the
sum of intellectual efforts and mere hints of individuality. "
"Time is what we create to constrain the taste of life. And to those who think that we cannot escape this reality, I tell you, Space is the Key. If we decide to indulge in the distance in order to better overcome it, we will find that words convey the fullness of our thoughts. There is, ultimately, no moment that we will ever miss. They are all lodged somewhere, in a safe place that we call our mind. And once we perceive some of the hints of this other reality, we begin to understand that the endless blessing has a name: authenticity."
Being the Observer
"The body is at the same time flesh and place, in an intertwining that embraces the threefold nature of attention. But when the eye of a camera enters into action, it observes the body apprehended in its function, contextually situated in the working environment.
Yet, the camera caresses every single move of those bodies as much as it looks at them. Looking closer shows a banalization in the workplace of the manifestation of the desire to engage with that which has always driven the individual: the idea of possessing a body."