To walk under scaffolds or next to them. To get close to them and to take distance and to get close again. Ephemeral ceilings: firm and trembling and always on the brink of disassembling. To get close and to take distance. To flee. To flee, observed Deleuze in his Dialogues with Claire Parnet, “is not to renounce action: nothing is more active than a flight […] It is also to put to flight–not necessarily others, but to put something to flight, to put a system to flight as one bursts a tube” (36).
Open tubes seen from below in the midst of decay, Continue reading