Category Archives: God

Flesh in the Air II

‘Take all of this,’ Paul looks at me, ‘pull out every drop of air left in me.’ I watch Paul take another bite of our hand-picked rice. ‘Fill my insides, coat the walls with body.’ As he talks little pieces

Flesh in the Air II

‘Take all of this,’ Paul looks at me, ‘pull out every drop of air left in me.’ I watch Paul take another bite of our hand-picked rice. ‘Fill my insides, coat the walls with body.’ As he talks little pieces

Flesh in the Air I

‘Knock, knock,’ Paul whispers, ‘Dear God…’ I could not hear the words any longer, it must have been the wind. Paul is facing a tree, he has an apple balanced on his head, and is not moving. I am not

Flesh in the Air I

‘Knock, knock,’ Paul whispers, ‘Dear God…’ I could not hear the words any longer, it must have been the wind. Paul is facing a tree, he has an apple balanced on his head, and is not moving. I am not

The Return

‘This life as you now live it and have lived it, you will have to live once more and innumerable times more; and there will be nothing new in it…’ I suddenly had the thought: You can, after all, take

The Return

‘This life as you now live it and have lived it, you will have to live once more and innumerable times more; and there will be nothing new in it…’ I suddenly had the thought: You can, after all, take

A Pink Smile

For it is not right that man should with impunity pry into things which the Lord has been pleased to conceal within himself, and scan that sublime eternal wisdom which it is his pleasure that we should not apprehend but

A Pink Smile

For it is not right that man should with impunity pry into things which the Lord has been pleased to conceal within himself, and scan that sublime eternal wisdom which it is his pleasure that we should not apprehend but

Beauty in a Tube

Beauty is not the platonically pure beginning but rather something that originated in the renunciation of what was once feared, which only as a result of this renunciation … became the ugly. Aesthetic Theory. Adorno. ‘This shirt?’ Paul lifts up

Beauty in a Tube

Beauty is not the platonically pure beginning but rather something that originated in the renunciation of what was once feared, which only as a result of this renunciation … became the ugly. Aesthetic Theory. Adorno. ‘This shirt?’ Paul lifts up

The Belly of God

An object is monstrous if by its magnitude it annihilates the end which its concept constitutes. The Critique of the Power of Judgement. Immanuel Kant. ‘O this gets better with every mention,’ Paul drops into downward dog. Surely, it is no argument

The Belly of God

An object is monstrous if by its magnitude it annihilates the end which its concept constitutes. The Critique of the Power of Judgement. Immanuel Kant. ‘O this gets better with every mention,’ Paul drops into downward dog. Surely, it is no argument

For The Other Pleasure

I can only recognize myself recognized by the other to the extent that this recognition of the other alters me: it is desire, it is what trembles in desire. The Restless of the Negative. Jean-Luc Nancy for it is God

For The Other Pleasure

I can only recognize myself recognized by the other to the extent that this recognition of the other alters me: it is desire, it is what trembles in desire. The Restless of the Negative. Jean-Luc Nancy for it is God