“On sustainability: it is a kind of discourse that implies a different kind of social relation. What I mean is, instead of doing philosophy, one is doing ecophilosophy, not in the environmentalist sense, but as the philosophy of a possible future. We are in the process of truly exhausting the possibility of futurity, be it at the purely ecological or at the social level. If we take this ecological dimension and transform it into a discourse on what it is that counts, where action is possible, we can then manage to think a nomadic subject in transformation, that is, immersed in transformative flows, but within limits that are not dictated by individualism or political belief – but by the sustainability in and of transformations.”
The other day I came across a tree covered in webs and thousands of caterpillars all over-consuming the tree, making the tree disappear (dead). A plague, a beautiful and spooky phenomena make me think about Hercules labors again! The small Ermine Moth, also known as the Yponomeuta evonymella, , is harmless. Favorable conditions bring the caterpillars out of their nest in search of food. The Yponomeuta evonymella become small moths after a few days.
The nature of my research brought me to many meadows, one of them was particularly awe and wonder inspiring! I decided to film it in special way, like wondering, floating eye could sea it. I have commissioned my technician to design an apparatus- a zip slider to do so.
“Principles of connection and heterogeneity: at any point a rhizome can be connected to anything other, and must be… A rhizome ceaselessly establishes connections between semiotic chains, organizations of power, and circumstances relevant to the arts, sciences and social struggles.” Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari, A Thousand Plateaus.