Mansur Tansu: LAPSE OUT —
The desire has never been that irresistible to expose them to the sun, to leave in the rain and the snow…
Images that remain inside and immanent although they speak about the exact exteriority of consciousness and are expressions of what have gone outside or been purged from the inside. Image lives concurrently two lives that are alternatives to each other. What remains inside is larger than one but what goes outside is singular.
And it already belongs to what stays inside.
An endless LAPSUS that stands between the inside and the outside.
Between the inside and the outside there is no void that you have to fill. Your mind slips away, digresses anyway, however it might be doing it.
Image is not a pathology “WITHIN-YOU” that you can easily automatize and expect every night when you return home to wait for you in the mode that you have made it accustomed to. Does it have to?
This is a profound issue. It might be unhuman to try and make it even more profound.
Look at what comes from the inside while you are outside. Because the street is just another way of seeing. Let the night’s damp make it anxious too.