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[Re]Mapping of Being

[re]reading - [reading through the body&touch]

We are opening up a space in which [re]reading can take the form of a fluid narrative. The space where there is a displacement of the boundaries of time and history. Similar to the forms of oral tales, where there is a retelling of the line from the narrator where each subsequent narrator interprets the story through distance and body, weaving the storyline between oneself and the environment. The variability of such an archive opens up a space for cultural symbiosis, where the moment of narration is born through reading and telling on behalf of the reader, and the reader, in turn, begins his/her own story.

The chronology of historical events ceases to be a vector line, allowing us to start reading and touching the story in the first person at any time.

the fluidity of the archiving of social memory

fluidity - [preserving a past living in the present]

The fluidity of the archive erases the boundaries between language as a rigid linguistic structure and as a chronology relative to the narrator in the context of history and language through writing. Thus, this archive becomes a mobile form, where time is nonlinear, where contact presupposes the realization of being as a form of this archive. While the archive itself carries a form that is emerging and expanding as a result of contact through the reader's body, where the data obtained is a form of collective knowledge. Such a form is fragmentary and performative with respect to history on the one hand, and on the other hand, it builds new contexts from outside, which in turn opens up a place for this archive as collective knowledge as such.

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