Martin Vongrej: Seven Uncountable Lines
30. 5. 2017
Prvního pluku 2, 186 00 Praha 8
út–pá 15–18 h
so–ne 14–19 h
Seven Uncountable Lines
When I was a child I couldnt step on lines on the street.
Having X together.
Heading towards an orgasm, reaching the consciousness.
His attempt to be surrounded by her.
Infinite body colour, semi transparent sphere.
Her attempt to surround him as the very center inside of her.
Infinite, invert to seeing, single point.
There, where the Sun doesn‘t see if its light, was its vision.
Meaning while always involving death as a particle into lifes equation.
Ethernal inside fluid.
Meaning that if she was born seven years older or seven years younger, if she was there all the time.
There is the only direction into consciousness.
And time is a rotation.
When you have absolutly nothing to do, you can see consciousness.
To see gravity.
The human perception of space as a result of gravity.
Pressure of meaning.
Pressure of gravity.
Moving through space and reading through space.
Text and textile.
As many latters as you need for the meaning.
Meaning by walking.
Reading the space, counting the world.
(Martin Vongrej is resident at A.I.R. FUTURA with the support of Visegrad Artist Residency Program– Visual and Sound Arts.)
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