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lexikón – body fast forward

cine-mato-graphic-ally we crumble, involucreless, and transformed into spectres

for thousands of years we stay searching the hologram’s shadow of
the non controllable mental activity which shows itself, while we are
awake or while we are sleeping
and
no one can tell you
that you are alive, since you cannot even see your face without the help of a mirror

you disappear while someone falls from a sky
scraper, smashed into the incontrollable logic of gravity
.
the truth is that there Read more […]

Portugal A Country of Myth and Future Past

“Looking for romance, discovering culture, living adventure, relaxing? Indulge yourself in Portugal, your destination.” www.visitportugal.com

Portugal is a country of Myth and Future Past living. A country that created one of the biggest empires on the planet. It is curiously one of the warmest European countries. Also a country with one the  most popular languages. However a country that lives in a sort of future part with a melancolic approach., sometimes self destructive and  paranoid. During Read more […]

The sphinx aura of the xxth century

the mythological figures

the depicted recumbent lion with a human head

the thrilling unaesthetics of a poker-faced boredom and all the

aesthetics of car accidents… do you see the tragic beauty of

the portrait of marylin monroe after her suicide,

it is the winter season, in the Madness and Civilization

and one can see the gangster funerals, and fragile

mrs kennedy after jfk’s assassination

duchamp enigma haunts me – he

who renounced art to play chess instead,

the Read more […]

Neurological Games

“I am an invisible man. No, I am not a spook like those who haunted Edgar Allan Poe; nor am I one of your Hollywood-movie ectoplasms. I am a man of substance, of flesh and bone, fibber and liquids – and I might even be said to possess a mind. I am invisible, understand, simply because people refuse to see me.” Ralph Waldo Ellison, The Invisible Man, 1952.

We are all the invisible man of Ralph Ellison’s novel, living in a society that, in every area, feels the need to create more information, Read more […]