31.12.2013

morning

Battery 2

I found it quite revealing to use these experiences with my practice in order to reflect on the way “we” relate to people. What is “relating” when you resist? What kind of becoming is possible when we let the other “invade” us (here the weight of the objects)? In the two questions I come a lot to think about the pharmacological aspect. In the sense that resistance or “letting go” have their healing and poisonous sides. So how to create a dynamic for a transitional space between self and other that keeps the two sides of its pharmakon open?

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