Antinomia Imediata

everywhere there’s either movement or not. and this rule is absolute. right there resides the imediate antinomy: the tension between that which becomes another, and that which remains the same. between change and constancy.

this place is (as all others) produced in such way, remaining “the same” just as it becomes another thing, going forward. here, these principles, of change and constancy, have been named, following Proudhon, as REVOLUTION and the ABSOLUTE.

conflict is primary because there’s no agreement even on that. so strategy imposes itself at every level: moving to stay the same, that’s the immediate antinomy.

here, this will be explored in its many instantiations, installations and institutions. elsewhere, the world flows on.