Taking-form

“When movement converges into its taking-form, or when thought converges into words, very little potential for creative expression remains. This is not to suggest that language cannot express creatively. It means that to remain post- iteratively creative, language must continue to express itself in a realm where thought remains prearticulated, where concepts continue to evolve. We must conceive of language as the eternal return of expression in the making.” (Erin Manning, Relationscapes, MIT Press, 2009, p.8)

(Ben ik het hier nu mee eens, of juist hartgrondig oneens? Geredeneerd vanuit Whitehead, knik ik. Komt het via Deleuze, raak ik geïrriteerd).

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