The Given (Interior) World
Keywords:Interior, Territory, Interiority
The following is an attempt to write, following Derrida, to illustrate (if at all possible) the parergon; a supplement, fragment, detached from and outside of the main exposition (that is framed by, and framed as, the interior of the project), the latter being an artwork called K2-02 that is nothing more than a voidal space. This writing, as parergonal, demonstrates that it is itself another territory with an interiority; but because it is in an ensemble which makes up the artwork, the writing is also a part of the innermost territory of the project. The interior territory of K2-02 can paradoxically be nothing other than an incessant parergonality.
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