Ragnar Jónasson & Tómas Lemarquis
25. 09. 2010 - 24. 10. 2010
Opening Saturday 25th of September at 5 pm.

Since the beginning of time we have been fighting for our survival, (this in theory is a lost cause as we are programmed to self destruct), and also to finish the great task of moving into the hyper real as a way of transformation into another space. This means that humanism will disappear as an unsynchronized primal provocation, a conclusion which will call forth the end to feelings of touch, smell, sight, and hearing. All those senses have aided us towards understanding how to deal with rhythm frequencies; and gave us the tools to both control them and to make them our own.

The fact is, as we flow along the human programme, we are creating rhythms within the complex non-structure of the universe. The problem with the self-knowing virus is that it will always draw the surrounding environment into its existence and will continue to do so to thrive. This has an actual symbolism in outer space and can only be described as a black hole.

The center of one’s self has the capability to not only invert the actual, but also to draw to its attention to the existence of surrounding materials. Theoretically, this can be the start of a new ecosystem and planetary system that can later be developed into a fully functional solar system.
This goes against the fundamental function of the inverted self but the function alone can create an identity of structures that, mixed with intention, can spiral into a system surrounding the self and often take the unselfish part of protecting the self. At the moment this is being reported from such a system developed by an identity that has called forth a multidisciplinary practice to further its survival, while in fact it is programmed to self-destruct. The only way for this system to be successful is to concentrate its function and center itself in order to regulate its senses.

The real beauty of this system is that its genetic memory (or the self) will in the end find another system and thus create a blanket or an inherent structure that will usurp the cosmic world. Again, the beauty of the cosmic world is that it will continue to evolve as its own character, but often will use its energy sources from activities within its celestial gridiron. The underlying truth and the real source of this phenomenon is expansion: but this is buried within every singular cell that exists within a solar system.
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