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It is entirely possible to be present in absentia


It is entirely possible to imbue a gesture with time and space


It is entirely possible that I am wrong


“My machines are not washing machines or
cars. They have a human quality and they must change” (Horn
et al., 1993: 27)

“the borderline between the subject and the
Other” (Hara, 2001: 242), – on Mariko Mori

Atsuko Tanaka draws nodal constellations which fracture linearity and consequence | causality spacetime

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