the supersensible world

thinking/making: catching thought in process

8 May 2016: The supersensible world

“It might only be through the engagement with the void of memorialisation that people are able to confront their consciousness of perception, because that is all there is.  What is not here is commemorated at the site of its disappearance…As a consequence, the most obvious way to set about this research is to detect signs of the missing objects’ effects.  This task is made possible by a complementary form.  In other words, the inverted supersensible world, is in itself signified by the existence of the actual world, just as quarried cavities are the inverse of monuments.  These antithetical objects are locked into a reciprocal bond, perpetually reflecting each other as necessary counterparts.”

Katrina Palmer End Matter (2015)

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