3 OF 3 OBJECTS, ILLUMINATED, ON THEIR OAK VENEER PEDESTALS
(PICTURED WITH PARALLEL WORLDS OF SUPERFICIAL APPEARANCES, PART 2)
FACADES AND FETISHES SERIES
V.O.M. = VAGUE OBJECT MOTIFS, AQUEOUS
HAND-POLISHED, CAST POLYESTER RESIN
“But in his book 'Difference and Repetition' (1968) Gilles Deleuze speaks of literal repetition as being radically artificial and, in
this sense, in conflict with everything natural, living, changing, and developing, including natural law and moral law."1 Hence, practicing literal repetition can be seen as initiating a rupture in the continuity of life by creating a non-historical excess of time through art. And this is the point at which art can indeed become truly contemporary.”2
1. Groys, Boris. Comrades of Times. e-flux journal #11, Dec. 2009. PDF.
2. Ibid., p. 7.