2006/06/13

perhaps

'Perhaps art begins with the animal, at least with the animal that carves out
a territory and constructs a house '|what is philosophy _ 183


Art does not wait for man to begin _ ATP 320. trans_ as quoted and modified in :Signature of the world, Eric Alliez.


'the painting is therefore not just a topics, but a dynamics
and an energetics of living' [f]ound in Didi-Hubermann, La Peinture Incarnee -1985, 37.

Malevich states " Each pictorial surface is more alive than any face
stuffed with a pair of eyes
and a smile" _From Cubism and Futurism to Suprematism:the New Painterly Realism.


See the Man running, running _
He runs
|yet still[ness] pervades the
Face
.



Running Man
1932-34; Oil on canvas, 79 x 65 cm (31 1/8 x 25 5/8 in); Musee National d'Art Moderne, Paris


some quotes found
in

La Signature du monde, ou qu’est-ce que la philosophie de Deleuze et Guattari?, Cerf, Paris, 1993|(English translation: The Signature of the World, London: Continuum, 2004.


The artist then constructs a house to reterritorialize the uneven, unkempts spaces.
overly in the assemblags gathering in time, folding
forth back its mouth
to the painting, the mouth_ the body without self.