Moving through space and time, following the path of desirable resistance, the roaming Artist/Philosopher/Warrior is naturally liberated. Traveling light with no property to protect, outside the territorial control of any governmental administration, universal response to stimuli becomes irreducible. Freed from positional constrain, the power of conceptual reason resides in its transcendence over imposed conventionality.
“The mystery of life isn’t a problem to solve, but a reality to experience.” – Gaius Helen Mohiam
Formulating significant relationships between its projected sensory properties, is the origin of aesthetic emotion found within an external object itself? Alternatively, is there an innate method of organizing elements in space that is humanly universal? The shadowself reflects on essential form, but finds it dynamically embedding in time, reliant on incessant alteration. Aesthetic approval is subjectively individual and proscribed by evolutionary progression in slowly unfolding adjustment sequences.
“Great art remains stable and unobscure because the feelings that it awakens are independent of time and place, because its kingdom is not of this world.” – Clive Bell
Physically and metaphysically wandering about from space to space, avoiding a rigid pattern of progress, opens up nomadic peripatetic possibilities otherwise inaccessible. Mobility is an efficient strategy for scarce resource utilization, stimulating mental agility. Distinctions become operations on the exterior of a deeper territoriality, encompassing further convoluted multidimensional dynamics, ultimately unified into the totality of all that is.
“Science will give birth to monsters, and they will be works of art.” – Sylvère Lotringer
Nomadic thought is stimulated from ambient conditions of travel in shifting intensities by unfamiliar circumstance confrontation. The orientation frame is transgressed through attention to positional ambiguity. When conscious and unconscious dream worlds merge, hyperesthesia drives aesthetic creativity, the confounding and contravention of habitual codes.
“The self is only a threshold, a door, a becoming between two multiplicities.” – Gilles Deleuze
Advantageous positioning enhances energy transitions. Husserl’s phenomenology conception is primarily concerned with making consciousness interiority the object of systematic consideration and analysis. Nevertheless, if an external reality does not exist, then there would be no need for sense organs.
“The sky broke like an egg into full sunset and the water caught fire.” – Pamela Hansford Johnson
Episodes to be set
Hegel destabilized form by positioning it in an ever changing historical dialectic. This temporality makes form contingent on dynamic conditions, influenced by a received consciousness of socialization. Thus, art is always a combination of form and associated conditioned content, or ideology. An ideology is an aggregate of pulsating conscious and unconscious ideas that constitute expectations, aspirations, and behavior. Implicitly every artwork imposes an ideology, whether or not it is promoted as an explicit system component.
“The great thing however is, in the show of the temporal and the transient to recognize the substance which is imminent and the eternal which is present.” – Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel
There are many structural components that formulate content ever becoming. As the evening descends on a crowed Istanbul boat cruise, singular beauty abruptly isolates both near and far. In the subjective experience of beauty, Kant postulates our ability of judgment functions as part of an ordered, natural exteriority with purpose. The physical and mental universes are not only compatible, but also are unified.
“Everything has beauty, but not everyone sees it.” – Confucius
In the crush
Packing transportation connivance systems beyond capacity, when space becomes over-occupied by human life forms, things become uncomfortable. Fortunately visual stimulation remains viable as aggressive pressure escalates.
“Population, when unchecked, goes on doubling itself every 25 years or increases in a geometrical ratio.” – Thomas Malthus
Out of the future
Going forward in the aircraft conduit, you cannot anticipate what you will find. Being in the moment is necessary for understanding. Plant an arrow in the situation, action calls for more action. Thinking is not just doing, but is also not doing.
“Time changes everything except something within us which is always surprised by change.” – Thomas Hardy
Potsdamer Platz reconfigured. The nomad comes before the state, waging the non-battle. An aesthetical embodiment is in slow motion. Thought comes from the outside, one must be attuned to it.
“ All the forces in the world are not so powerful as an idea whose time has come.” – Victor Hugo