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Ma il tempo anche circolo, un particolare circolo, dicevamo, a forma di 8, con torsione al centro. La stratificazione infatti, da un lato, trasforma l’oggetto, con delicatezza, spesso non nella sostanza materiale, ma certamente nell’apparire e nel significare.
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Ma il tempo è anche circolo, un particolare circolo, dicevamo, a forma di 8, con torsione al centro. La stratificazione infatti, da un lato, trasforma l’oggetto, con delicatezza, spesso non nella sostanza materiale, ma certamente nell’apparire e nel significare.
   
   
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That is just what everything is about: a circle operated by time. This is a production device of what is visible: the pond on the ground is the result of the dampness collecting everyday just inside the space dedicated to the exhibition — through dehumidifiers which are actually there, but not visible and poured every morning onto the ground, thus becoming visible again and turned in a shape, which is shapeless indeed, but free to flow again; the plinth, taller than an average adult so that no one is allowed to see or to touch what is lying on the top of it, is a dust collector — Duchamp would have said a "breeder" — and its activity is perennial, as no one will ever be allowed to cover it or to turn it upside down, it will always be active in its verticality
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That is just what everything is about: a circle operated by time. This is a production device of what is visible: the pond on the ground is the result of the dampness collecting everyday just inside the space dedicated to the exhibition — through dehumidifiers which are actually there, but not visible and poured every morning onto the ground, thus becoming visible again and turned in a shape, which is shapeless indeed, but free to flow again; the plinth, taller than an average adult so that no one is allowed to see or to touch what is lying on the top of it, is a dust collector — Duchamp would have said a "breeder" — and its activity is perennial, as no one will ever be allowed to cover it or to turn it upside down, it will always be active in its verticality.
   
   
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