Event Horizon


There is a general recognition that we are near a singularity, a point of no return, and many are working towards a “linguistic” way (the “language” of art) of presenting (not re-presenting) hints or gestures of an unknown future that lies “beyond” our present linguistic world, as it begins to press forward or unfold into actuality at the event horizon. As my essay  “Event Horizon” shows, this future unfolding into existence can have the character of astonishing beauty. And at the same time it is terrifying…

This little video I made in 2007 is called A Study in Movement. It is a meditation on one quality of the possible world to come that my essay explores: the impossibility of static things also becoming movement or flow: