Tuesday, May 10, 2011

I couldn't have said it better myself.

"But the first person who ever wrote, who cut into stone and wood under ancient skies, was far from responding to the demands of a view that required a reference point and gave it meaning, changed all relations between seeing and the visible. What he left behind him was not something more, something added to other things; it was not even something less -- a subtraction of matter, a hollow in relation to the relief. Then what was it? A hole in the universe: nothing that was visible, nothing that was invisible. "

-Maurice Blanchot, The Absence of the Book

Thanks to my friend, Nicholas Hayes

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