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inarticulate happening

Saturday, January 10, 2009

It al started with a confusing assignment, or was there even an assignment?

An inarticulate happening, which nobody can define, but it does have all the aspects of image and language. Control-able vagueness including ideas about social subgroups. Collaboration with a confusing problem that was created out of nothing. Or was the problem there already? Is it complete chaos or efficient harmony. If this “class” has a name, we don’t know what it is. But we don’t know if it needs a name. And where are the boundaries? Are there boundaries? Do we need them? link to:

posted by Vincent Knopper

One Response to “inarticulate happening”

  1. Jane Mumford Says:

    Nice link! Especially the quote: “No man means all he says, and yet very few say all they mean, for words are slippery and thought is viscous.” – Henry Brooks Adams

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